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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Publication Date: May 21, 1964
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United States and iU NATIONS N V
lies pressed today for (UTD-Ambasasdor Mid E
4 +.r East West conference an J Stevenson said today the United .
f f critical situation In Laos SiitM will aid Southeast
Communist forces have Asian countries in reaUtlng .
out new 1.1Da.Secntary Communist aggression as longas I
of State Dean their governments ask for
DISCUSS EXCHANGE PROGRAM-Bob Hollmeyer, left, Winter Haven HigH was meeting in closed It
School student who will b.com. the school' first exchange student to a foreign country} with the Senate Foreign The United States cannot
discuise some of the facet of the exchange' student program with Walter Genet nxj lions Committee to explain stand by while Southeast Asia II I.
change student to Winter Haven from Vienna. Austria Hollmeyer, a senior, will atten. Kate of affair There I U overt un" he told the Security
high school in Germany next year | mounting congressional ( nuncil "And If anyone
over Southeast Asia, and ht: the illusion that my government ,I.
ministration officials talked will abandon the people
Winter Haven Senior Is enly of the possibility of )Viet Nam It can only I
Ing American military be due to ignorance of the
the area. stn-nrth and conviction of the
.
The United States, Britain, American people '
France threw their support Stevenson summoned, from
Picked To Study Abroad hind neutralist Premier London by President Johnson
na Phoumat appeal for to deliver a major declaration
"consultations" among I h of II .N Southeast Asia policy,
Bob HoUmeyer, a senior at cU this year and active In ath- Taunusschul During the 19 1- nations which signed the I made these points In his 41-.
Winter Haven High School will letlca throughout his high school 62 term, a Santa Barbara, 1962, Geneva agreement minute address, approved by
become: the school's first exchange career, Hollmeyer la one of Calif., co-ed studied there under anteeing the Independence the Slate Department and the
student to a foreign very few from this country the A. F. S. program, neutrality of ).a0l. White douse N minute beforebe
country next fall when he attends picked from among thousands The language will be somewhat The appeal for an ( ) . of Hines City too the floor,
school In Germany under the making applications for participation a problem to Hollmeyer meeting of the nations Florida Citrus Mu. The United Stales see no
American Field Service AmerIcana In the A. F. S. program Although Latin,Spanish,French underwrote the shaky to the Growers Ad need for another conference
Abroad Program While in OberhochsUdt,HoU- are offered In the curriculum accord was made under a lib the deneva parley of 1(54
Hollmeyer la scheduled to meyer will be living with Mr. Winter Haven High, German I tl lion of the agreement 1 .., of Lakeland, re- and IBM which set VietNam I
up
_ leave New York City Aug. 17 and Mr. Ferdinand Mat and not available, fur such a session If Laos ; Haley, both of laos and Cambodia In
for OberhochsUdt, Germany, their two children Karl-Georg Hollmeyer says he hopes to pall threatened by ( ) the former French Indochinaand \
where he will live and go to 16-yesr-old son; and Karin, 19- spend some time with Walter ur the threat of force guaranteed their Independence
school for a year. He will return ,'''-014 daughter.Hollmeyer Gessel, who la attending school: I U S officials believed Russia, Communist China
to the United States July, will attend here this year from Auatrlaun- Board
I Red China and North and France have suggested a
1985. Taunuaachule Gymnasium and der A. F, S., to learn some ofthe two of the Geneva
Nam new conference.
President of the student coun- wtU be In the 10th class of the essentials erf the German
', mat countries signing the ., -What I I. | eydd t I. respect
fifth grwda, according to G r- language before departure la the
meat might turn t deaf r for Owvs conference
.l jjie attW -
maw ltandal'9.! gymneMuni faIL .
the appeal for a meeting, I Vote which" the Communist ladoehlae
Purple Heart the German equivalent of high Oberhochstadt Js a .,..a11 -
they1 hoped that Ruejrta,
school.He townTnf about 4,000 population, leadership regard "as
will be the second exChange and Is located between Oberur- chairman with Britain of t I man and wife hold aa Instrument which In m way
student to attend (Continued On Page, Col. t) Geneva meeting would . jointly they are each restrains the Comnuaiits from
(Continued OB Page 1. Cri. their of .
pursuing objective taking
To to vote the
Group MeetThe a actual
) over Laos as wD aa South

Florida Department: Or. Castro Is ReadyingFor Flack Is Lions represented per cent' correct- a or fraction to COW be Viet-All Nsm foreign,"I troop should be

der of the Purple Heart will ) withdrawn from Laos and (he
convene Friday and Saturdayat As for the Mutual "..port of revolutiofl and the
the Haven Hotel in Winter Air Sea AttackMIAMI the mathematics show doctrine of violence stopped
Haven. / Regional 0070 per cent of the -The United Stales, lot the
The organization la composed cast their ballot first time, would be Interested I
of combat wounded veteran (UPI) Cuban Premier The B26, grey with I red / the exact figures were In UN, Involvement In Southeast
The John F Kennedy chapter Fidel Castro confronted stripe on its fuselage and a Cuban . this morning It Is Asia, either with world prgsnlistlon
of Madeira Beach will be with "war declarations" by two fit* painted on the tall that the turnout In observers psrtlclpatIng .
Inducted into the order. refugee groups, prepared today (Continued On Page I, Col 1) five district was not with a Viet.Cambodian border ,
Registration, caucuses and for possible air and sea attack 8)A stronger msthemati patrol or an all U N. force
committee meetings are scheduled against his Island stronghold. 8)t: sent to the area.
for Friday afternoon and Refugee sources Interpreted Area Clergy I ; District T, which covers Stevenson addrsssed the Security I(
the general business session Wednesday night' flight over fe1M r County producing 29 Council against a background .
will start Saturday morning Oriente Province by a mystery or t better of all the of accelerating crisis In
Speaker Include former Congressman B2t apparently refugee re- citrus, the veteran .Jim Laos where Communist troop. I
J. Hardin Peterson, connalaaance plane-as a "bint Elect OfficersThe of Auburndsle, Tom 0. have won control of the north-
Lakeland; Melvin Dixon state of things to come." of Frostproof and Led central) portion of the country
service officer, St Petersburg; Caitro's military radio net Rev James R. Blackwood I of Lakeland were re- and of Greeting. criticism of
and Victor F. Kubly national work reported the presence of pastor of the First Presbyterian : to the board of Mutual. (Continued Ot Page I, Col t)
adjutant, Daytona Beach the twin-engine plane a U.S. Church, I* the new to succeed them-/
Mayor Richard Dantxler will made bomber of the type used president of the Greater Winter on GAC were Al Esles
welcome the delegates. lump In the 19 Roger chief of detectives Winter sion-near Ensensda de Mora, succeeding the Rev, J and William L Rsley
Haven will introduce Peter target of last week' exile sea Willis Campbell pastor of In- B. Anderson, Jr of In Miami Area
raid by Manuel Artime'i Revolutionary
loss.Mrs. wood Baptist Haven a* member and
Rosalie Hall lyric soloistand Recovery Movement For Mcdilies
accordion player will entertain (MRR). The Rev James B Barnett CEOBCE: FLACX n. respectively, repre
of the First Christian Church ,
cooperative
Saturday night and win Cuban broadcasts monitored George Flack Jr. of ( MIAMI IUPIt( ) Agriculture
la the new vice president the McKowa. county agent
sing at a memorial service Sunday here Indicated that two Rustten Rev Charles Dixon of the Rydalmont Road SE:, ,,,, ,, of the secre- worker began setting out hundreds
morning made MIG jet fighters Haven has beet selected of new trap today in the
Abiding Saviour Lutheran agriculture! was eJialr-
ls
The Winter Haven chapter were dispatched to Interceptthe ternational deputy district area where official discovered
Carter U Church Is secretary and Capt the GAC meeting while
boat and J Chinning plane but apparently too error of Lone Club In a trait killing Medlterraneaafruit
convention chairmen late. William Whittle of the Sales tional. W E Coker. (Red) Phillip of Heine fly Wednesday
(Continued On Pate S. Col. I) governor, announced chslrmaa. of the M. Official ordered the Increase
He will head the Region Lawrence Clem M tripping. but decided agalnal
Lions Club. comprising Bartow. was secretary !immediate aerial spraying of
meetings. peetlelde at I meeting celled
la central for
Florida
there has been no of In Gainesville after aa adult
coming year statement from either male fruit fly was trapped la
Flack has been a Lion or GAC headquarters a melalura, tree In downtowa
member for the past It I II known that Miami near Pier 1
years and bas t been>> active orcaaliatlMie feel these The. discovery was the first II
tta tional local level state and In On Page 1. Col 4) inert lhaa nine raontha.

He has held the office
ro l lk his local club, which I 11
City, M Uon tamer, .
Ur, vice president and .
dent ,and on higher level
tone chairman cbairmaa
the Lion Foundation for )
drive Blind the annual fund

was He will be presented with
special plaque tIt weekend J
the state convention la .
wood for his' effortii
project the Central
club being among the

; 6 6i Boss five in the state In .

i Flack ha* also taken aa
Uve part la the Lion .,ra1
project .. various u
both locally, la Polk .
} S j I and In two Florida EM laM.lit
ih-- jj has attended eight
state conventions and five .

teroatfcaul ,...mstiGII.He .
I* a member of the
MINISTERIAL OFFICERS-no Greater Winter Haven MJmiterlel Alteration off!. ter Haven Jaycees hang ", ., English' right. is congratulated, by>> U.S. s.c,..
tan, who' met yesterday to plan nctivrtles) for the coming year, em from left) the Rev, president past state ,,, voe l being>> presented with Superior Service
James lernett, vke present: the It.., Charles Dixon secretary; the It." Jemei Keck- and poet state ) it a* supervuor el processed fruit and vegetable
wood pfetideat: end the Rev. J, WHCs Campbell' mooing president, Capt. WUCem chairman. He I* the ) Agriculture The presentation was made In Wash
Whittle I.i tree surer. (rCentmwd On Pap I, CoL ) I


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FSU Alumni Secret Service Man Race Tension Increases hi! CambridgeBy Bryant Speaks 1


UnMed PreM International ted to eater the ce on behalfof tection and appnheaeiea.Washington .
Set National Guardsmen and racial their children whom they Mayor Joeeph On Civil RightsPENSACOLA
Banquet Charges FrameupCHICAGO demonstrators squared off contend would be harmed by Shelley of St. Augustine, Ft*?
again Wednesday night in Cambridge integration. add the mother of Massachusetts
Md., but a threat by the Elsewhere: In the nation: Gov. Endlcott Peabody did (UPI Gov
For (UPI)--A V. S. Secret He I* charged with trying to soldiers to use tear gar dispelled New York A group of civil "a disservice not only to St Farris Bryant Nye the civil
TonightA Service agent charged ell a oonfldenttal government the situation without violence rights and religious organisations Augustine but the nation as a right bill pending before CongreM .
with trying to sell a govern Me to t man Indicted for the Wednesday acid a massive whole' by participating in re U, in effect t clash be-
banquet type meeting of ment report said Wednesday bl alleged counterfeiting of a half legal staff will be mad available cent racial demonstrations tweeo human rights and proper.
It the first demonstrationin
the Florida State University 1* being framed because he Intended million dollars In bond and was this summer to help de. Jackson, Miss. Federal ty rights
the tenet since
racially city
to reveal detail of check fend civil rights demonstratorsin told civic
alumni Association of PolkCounty Judge Sidney Mile refused to The governor a
last week when
Bolden Aid two week ago he guardsmen
heavy drinking and "general the South. date court from club Wednesday the commerce
will be tonight at the prevent a
told another agent, "I'm going twice had to fire tear gas to
Cadet Restaurant in Lakeland laxity" among agent assignedto New York CORE director prosecuting a white civil right clause. of the bin li a convenient
before the Warren Commissionand demonstrators Cambridgehas
rput
at 6:30: p.m. Tickets will be the late President Kennedy James Farmer said Wednesdayhe worker on perjury charges. peg on which to bang
teU about the drinking and been under limited martial
Abraham Bolden 29, who In believes militant Negro lead. said Lois Cbsffee the to of
available at the door. of the Secret Mire 24, of promise Negroes some
disappearance law since racial
1961 became the first Negro bloody rioting er Malcolm X has been converted Kellogg Idaho "failed to makea freedom to go and buy what
Service from their
These plans were announcedby ever assigned to the Secret' agent last summer from black nationalismto showing which would entitle they wish over the freedom of
post while
were guarding
the president George W. Service detail guarding the President they Negro leader had called a integration during his visit her to the temporary restraining others to own private property.
In
Partln Jr, who wishes to (Invite President' life, outlined his Port. Kennedy Hyannis moratorium on demonstrations to Mecca where he saw "pil order which she sought Bryant laid be can understand .

all FSU alumni to attend charges in a new conference at He said agents guarding Kennedy nver the weekend to allow tem &rims of all colors worshiping Jackson Mis*. An anti- the aspiration of minority
the meeting Ticket for the his South Side home. BRUCE CONNOR to cool.Fifteen together in perfect and .
often reported for work pers peace Illegitimacy bill branded by groups to improve their status."But
.event are $3.50 per person and "half drunk" and used Official demonstrators, shouting brotherhood." civil right leaders as an attempt surely we must always
this Includes the social and cars for hauling woman friend Connor WinnerOf integration slogans, picket. NEWARK. N. J. Atty Gen. to exterminate the Negro remember that wen the majority -
meal. The main speaker for ed the New York Athletic Club Robert F. Kennedy predictedthat
around the resort town. race in the state won final of people lose their freedom
the evening will be the popu PeekThroughInside Wednesday, claiming It bars Alabama Gov. George W...
During the time he waa assigned legislative approval Wednesday the minority will lose their
lar head football coach: : Bill Shutters to guard the President Negroes and Jews. lace's heavy support In recent ,In the Mi..lssippIHouae. hope of freedom" he said
Peterson who will outline the Bolden said, some agent KlineAward Officials of the club refused primary elections would not ,
prospects for next year and Dress Windows "drank whisky and beer for comment, but members who help the cause of the civil right (TONITI IS THE NITE TO GO OPT TO THE MOVIES!
give a general outline of the breakfast" observed the pickets from the bill but would in no way "af

university plans. "I stood on one agent' post Bruce Connor ton of Mr. and Congress of Racist: Equality feet It* ultimate passage." OPEN 1:45: P.M. Continuous Shows from 2:00 P.M. I
for two hour one hiornlng because (CORE) said there was no discriminatory Atlantic City -senate Democratic

Several business Items will Since inside shutters making Mrs A. B. Connor, won first MONDAY thru FRIDAY
are I -
be discussed at the meeting a comeback here' an Idea he had taken his privatecar place In the fifth annual Mabel language In the whip Hubert H. Hum.
Including the priority classification for an attractive peek-through Into Hyannis Port, Ma**., Meredith Kline piano competition club's by-laws. They acid the phrey urged the nation' Baptists OWN 1t:.l P... C tl...M Slaws Seem 1 P M. SAT. .** SUN.
for the FSU-Florlda type.Such. and couldn't be found" he said. Scholarship held fast night. club has "a few' Jew but no Wednesday to continue to
football: to be played inTallahassee shutters In pairs, cover "TII... thing worried me." Negroes. work for equal right after the Lost Time Today
game for the first time only the lower aaah. "I'm not trying to speculate Ann Stephenson, daughter of Civil Rights Division scheduled "first step" Is taken In passageof 2 JIG FEATURES 2
Materials ready for easy fabrication what happened In Delia, but I Judge. and Mrs. Gunter Step en. a public hearing on a disputeover the civil rights bill. i TYOZ:
next year are available at lumber Intend to tell the Warren Commission ion, was second and Patsy He- a Madison N.J., barber New York Parents threat. Adult IavMelamest SdaeKn.
the active and building supply yards. Ask what I know." Hale daughter of Mr. and Mr. shop's refusal to cut Negro's ened e
At this time : membership ; a Wednesday to spread their '
campaign: for FSU either for Msnonite cloverleaf filigree or camelot panels design in- Bolden who was graduated Elmer Mcllale was third. They hair Opponents In the dispute traffic-blocking demonstrations .Bi ll WiJ ei TWO,f .n.est"H .".
alumni Is under way In the and matching moldings cum laude from Lincoln University were given cash awards failed to reach agreement In a throughout Harlem because the
state and all alumni are encouraged Readily fitted together the in Jefferson City Mo., Christie Alexander daughterof closed door conciliation meeting city refused to Install a signal! SNiR1EYLEMMON
to Join the asoclatkm. panels and molding should\ be and won two commend.tlon.tor Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alexander Wednesday The issue touchedoff fight at a "dangerous" intersection MRt dRTISrr I '
There are 639 FSU primed and painted on boll cracking counterfeit ring. placed first in the Junior. a month of demonstrationsat near a public school. : MaeUUNE II'f'rI'o1'f

alumni living In Polk County window aide and framework.then hinged to the Ince, Aid he joined the the charge Secret against Service elementary division and waspresented Madison barber shops. Fort Wayne Ind. The Rev It BOITwtDKRS 81li! LDRf
raised during this with cash award. Edwin
Monies a Attorneys for white parentsat A. Nerger chairman of --
When will let him wa* 1 "direct result" of
campaign will be used for through :ltrd they light In the his superiors learning his The Kline award Is the highest Jackson Mi..., said they the mayor' human relations "IRMa t

loans and scholarships: to the open position, they form an Interesting Intentions to testify before the competitive one given In the hoped to end their case todayin commission said minoritygroup I by OOet If yLS+EU f
university. framework. Warren Commission. area and was established in a federal hearing on suits representatives have r Itch' .
.honor of Mrs. Kline, noted pianist seeking school desegregation In complained about the police de. nawicaro,' .
.
.o oooooit and leader in the field of three Mississippi communities partment' plan to use dogs toaid rra.v'os'wnT'
+ -'- 41F, music to give encouragement The parent have been permit. in crime prevention de. "!! II

and recognition to young play -----

er*. Band Concert Set Tonight FRIDAY and SATURDAY

.... TOMMY

n 4":. Area DeathDANIEL The final concert of the year lion "Let Us Now Praise Famous GDLIA1STEELE

by the Winter Haven High Men", Is the latest composition '
( School Band and Chorus will be by Walker who has sevicral .
1w II. PHILLIPS presented tonight at 8 o'clockat numbers already published. VAMPIRES/ '
f Daniel Hugh Phillips! 57, of Mayo Auditorium, sponsoredby Seniors will be introduced and

217 Ninth St., East, Wahneta, the City Recreation Department new band officer will be in *',"? -COLORSCOPt "::: +
died suddenly yesterday at the Admission Is free. surplus food I I. prepared and
*I >:/ Winter Haven Hospital.He The band will open the program The public Is invited to attend.

was a native of Geneva with four numbers: "Pur. HAVEN DALE Drive-In THEATRE

\ County, Ala, and moved to due" march, "Civil: War Suite", OPEN AT a.OI: P.M. FIRST SHOW AT 7:30 P.M.

the Winter Haven area In November "Three Trumpeters' featuring SPF.EDVI' LAST TIMES TONITE -
Laura Ann See Larry Green. NEW YORK -Panagr*
Ii 1958. He was a mem
C.t ber of the Gaskln Baptist weld, and Harriet Crabtree in Pan American-Grace Airways) Color 25e Coupon NIfti Color

k Church of Gaskln a trumpet trio; and "StandardPop says it took travelers 11 days James Stewart In
/ with seven change of planes
Favorites", which will Include
He la survived by his widow,
.....t. ';J ,.. ., ..,"' Mr. Deverta Phillips of Wah "Heart Aches", "Piano and 10 overnight stops to make "MR. HOIIS TAKES A VACATION"Jeff
Roll Blues" and "Sugar the trip from .New York to Richards In "SECRETS OF THE PURPLE REEF"
neta two daughters Mr*
EXOTIC ; v when
Blues Buenos Aires! 35 years ago
TIKI I LOUNGE POLYNESIAN SETTING Floyd D. Whlttlngton of Win The mixed chorus will per. Panagra pioneered V.S. flag airline Friday Nit a Saturday Nit -
Thon
ter Haven, and Mrs. ts service along the west coastof
of selectIons
form the second
W Dlceraon of Auburndsle; group Elvli Presley In
South America The airline'sDC8
Entertainment Nightly At CentralFlorida's a son, Bill Phillips of Wahne popular ranging favorites from The classical chorus to Jell now fly passengers "KISSIN COUSINS" In Color

ta; two brothers, Dewey Phillips between the two cities In less Alan Ladd In "HELL ON FRISCO IAY"
will be directed by M I 111 I 1 a r d
Most Exotic Cocktail Lounge of Winter Haven. and Bart Walker. than 12 hour

Phillips\ of Panama City; three
The High School SymphonicBand
l FEATURING half brothen, John Phillip,
Music .
rDANC E to the and Rousie will play the third section
Ralph Phillips
and "World's
will present
of, the' MARY LOUGONZALES Phillips, all of Samson Ala.; Fair March", "An Italian In
\ a sister, Mrs John Farnngton Algiers", "Psgeant". "Old Me. IMMEDIATE CASH !
I.UCAS1R10 of Wahneta; and one grand Donald Had a Farm,' and
RAY child. "lIooten.nn)"'.
\ FOR COINS PAID
Funeral services and burial -
Just Following this the symphonicband
.nll'lI.m.nt BAR OPEN COCKTAIL will be held Sunday at S p,m.m will combine with the chorus Gold SOc

HAW AllAN VILLAGE 11 A.M. 'HI HOUR Gaskln with the DeFunlak to present a Negro spiritual Pieces Thursday & Friday May Pieces
\ HOTEL Springs Funeral Home In and will also
"Joshua1, presentfor
\1 fLOR'D' 1 A.M 5-7 P.M.
BAY SHORE ROYAL charge. the first time a new composition I 1.00 place 0.,1 21-22nd. in Winter Haven 1794 . SSO II'
X"TI-I 401 6th ST. N.W. Local arrangement were in written by Walker, 2.10 place $11 sr 11s '210.,
([AHIKI MOTEL FLA. charge of the Crisp Funeral choral director at Winter H.. 1.00 ,lea III s, 1101 120.Yp
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[The Weather--Local State And National I[ Authority Ideas for Decor Gives Tampa I U) Has Federal Loans For Students municipal Vancouver OTTAWA MMM and Mernational -this Aided I unintstoUttnt Pestle yen bv s


The University of Temp completes hi.* Ml.time coursework per cent of the loan, .peed rlr. wallt slated to run from July 1
In New BookROOM has been awarded! a tUS.WO and tfcam extends over eat may be cancelM 1k to August I to the Queen Elizabeth .
National Defense student loan 10-year prM. M a borrow rate of 10 per cent fcr eMfc Theater says the Canadian
fund for the 1M4. II academic becomes a MMtae teacher m year of teaching Government. Travel) Bureau
0 full of ideas are. available year a public eltMktary or secondary Persons wishing to tat. tendered The Festival I will Include
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in a new 34 pa,.. full.... school, a unimum of 10 for one of these to- symphony concert opera ballet -
1 C T bnohM "New FaahMma in Hen* Authorized by the National al lane should get M touch Shakespeare musical Dmor ,..rtac Mawmito Pan Defense Education Act 01111II. with Dr. Robert K ilea. and a cirrus This will in tl".
y...... > coII ..* the student loan program pro Dawson Heads chairman of the Studied Aid seventh contirutlve H lehatlon t
KWven room settings, chosen vtdM for the creation ot loss Commmee. 'f of the intirtHlnmeiit ml" ,011-
University "
II 1MR p .It y an ndecorating Maids honehfMtef funda at American colleges Tampa as soon as possible ducted by the FcsM,ill :s< u It tv
from which needy students in Vancouver
ueabonal Mrs Maiine and Uvi".t.on..n..d.Inspirational. for may borrow oo reasonable Cramer Rally .-- ... . . . .. .... .
i. an persons interested in build. terms for the purpose of com "
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oftramg to Masomte Corporation, >;A'j.-'i ,
w'O8 federal loan will pro- '
t the world' leading manufac Robert C. Dawson. president I "
tuner of hardboard vide W8.500 per semester with uf the Winter Haven Goldwatrror rii' 'SUMMER \ f.
Mi colorful 1 photograph U. freshmen to be allocated $la.' President Club Introduced "Iu.. .
lut. 500 and JSO.000. rr
one or more finnnea in uppreelassmen Rep. William C. Crsmer at :
the company's line of panels for A student will be allowed to the rally heM Tuesday night JfV tNNUALS -4f .
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interior dacor Included are borrow up to $1,000 a year at the Haven Hotel Mrs Ward
beautiful woodfraina, emhnMed and not more than >>,000 during Hughes, president of the Winter Jt jtj-lmrm tl.*, dsa, , C4.*la,
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and fitigreed text by panelsThe Mrs' Livingston his entire college course, Haven W.men"s Republican { ,/Celame.' c...... Dahlia, ....... "
who has 000.- under the program In orderto Club, was reported avhaving 1
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StfdwlrZs 9 o 000 families i : on be eligible for such a loan, Introduced Rep k, l/
and remolding' needs, helps thtorud.r an applicant must be a current c'ramer XlMle e.d49C .
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sJ. / -(,&{ ,- wall make paneling decisions selection not onlyon but full.time student or have One cup of vtMfar. added to
the right sccs.orirs. been accepted for admission one galleon\ of warm water cleans Dofy Farm & Garden :
For a copy send lOc to the Repayment of the loan with varnished' wend beautifully The Supply .
Home Serac Bureau 39 North :3 per cent annual interest bee gloss of the vsrnMi is mil : ttt WITH IT, SW ItJ.fJl
Warder Dr.. Chicago Ill. 60MW gins one year after the student Impaired .: :

SCATTERED SHOWERS-Scattered showers are predicted for the Pacific North w m ,,, "
wait, northern California/ the Southern Plateau, the Midwest, Great Lakes, Gulf States
and the Atlantic Coastal itatei. Cool temperatures are forecast for the New England
states. The rest of the nation will be clear with warm temperatures. :: Just T.




I' Panhandle Florida easterly Zones winds 5 to 15_ mlles Partly LOCAL with cloudy OUTLOOK some through widely tomorrow In&e Arrived 1 eM_ t Sftl siAt<<4I

Clear to partly cloudy today per hour. scattered showers likely. High y ya ,
tonight and Friday with a few Key today 82 to 88. Low tonight
afternoon thunder showers Partly cloudy today and around 70. Variable
mostly
likely. Not much change in Friday with widely scattered
easterly winds 5 to 15 milesper
temperatures High today 85 showers High today about 85,
to 92, low tonight in the 50'., low tonight 76 Mostly easterly hour
Variable winds I to 16 miles winds 5 to 15 miles per hour.Temperatures .

per hour I ,

Partly cloudy North through Fri. New Wrinkle-

day with chance of a few I
isolated showers High today By l'nlted Press International Low High Make ShelvingOJ

around 90 except in the 80s Albuquerque . . .55 85 '.x* SidingUsing
on the beaches, low tonight In o4
Atlanta . . 88 89 '
the 60's Mostly westerly windsS Birmingham . . 82 82 .
to 15 miles per hour today, Boston . . . . 45 70Chlc.go aiding for indoor ahelv- t tk
becoming variable tonight and .. . . . 48 52 Inc. la a new wrinkleFor t '
Friday Cleveland . . . .. 37 58 best results, UM a splinter k
Northeast Denver . .. . .. .54 88 .(,.. hardboard siding like f: .
Partly cloudy through Friday Detroit . . 38 62Jacksonville Maaonit X.niN'ty," suggestsJohn 4
Scattered afternoon showers . . 68 90 Concord director of the ; j i if.
likely Inland sections Kansas City . . . 68 90 Horn."It la Service uniform Bureau in thickness andappearance
High today 87 to 90, low tonight w. Angeles . . . 57 78 smooth and factory
in the 60's Variable Miami . . . . . .172 SO primed; ale cheaper than turn
winds 5 to 15 miles per hour Miami Beach . . 711 78' her for this purpose It's a good
Central Twin Cities . 58 74 width. 10 or 12 inches
Partly cloudy through Friday New Orleans . . . 113 17 for shelves placed on adjustablestandards.
with widely scattered New York . . . . 411 711Orhllldo ."
afternoon showers High today . . .. .. .66 88 This durable siding weather' militant
hardboard i is available
88 to 92, low tonight in the Philadelphia . . .51 77 lumber and building supply at
60's Variable winds S to 15 Phoenix . . .. 113 101 yards. > f
miles per hour. ,, Raleigh ." ..... 11 93.Stelouts <
Southeast .,. .. ,. 111 ,88 11EfJ'ORTr
Partly cloudf through. Friday San Francisco .... 51.80 ) '1 I f.
with some widely scattered Seattle . . .. . 45 511 NEW YORK (UPI) -A new !
showers likely. High today Tampa. . 113 81 heliport the larceei In Japan
82 to 88, low tonight Washington .52 13 hat opened In the Fukaaawa
round 70 Variable mostly district of Tokyo reports the ,
easterly winds 5 to 15 miles Have snagged sweater? Run Japan National Tourist Organl- i
per hour a needle threaded with a contrasting ration It can accommodate up
Sooth color, through the snag to 20 helicopters at a time and .
Partly cloudy today and and knot securely Then, pull Is used mainly aa a base for +
Friday with widely scattered thread and snagged yarn back sightseeing trips over the rlty .
showers High today around through to the wrong side Clip and for charter flights to Nikko
85, low tonight 70 to 75. Mostly thread. Do not cut yam and other nearby resort areas
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. Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Today's THE OL' FISHIN' HOLE Television In Review IM

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JOHN. W. tfTrSttSON. AMi.t..t .. the P ills>.r By CK DU HOW drama, and this is precisely the

-- PiWid./ holly. (...age Sdwby -w the WkN' He_ Commentary Used Pros ............1 kind of thinking that the Emmy

,.......... c.? I... It* M $*.... N W wkde f M.... He*** e jl1"Letters HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Perhaps system needs This business; of
----- t you wonder why there u living an award simply because
CHAHLUCOSHOtN ._.l' M.wgar. By PfHt NEW90M tuck: link regard far the there is a category, ha,
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JACKHAHAH-------: Ait, ..... UPI Paveaga News AMlystRegardless Emmy awards, whien will be a sickly aura of something
---- of what the Cam telecast: Monday but which are nothing thinking and reflect,
PIT!* J-. IUU.YMf.AfIOtt = _' JWiudhoN Me..gw Mian delegate may tell the being boycotted by two net- the kind of lowering of stand

---.. AevumINs *MPtfSINTATfVt' Uttosl Nation, there is a con wart ABC and CBS. ants that occurs when even lovers

Skan"*n I A_....ftM, h.. ._ OrS.**, III. virtam i asssui American mill. 1 A rentedcr one of the reasons on quit shows get prizes It
was obvious Tuesday nifht. U symptomatic of a way of hfcw
of the
UaTjr advisers that most
En.rod.. s.-.I CW*. hW MHtar.*. 1, IW4 .W P.*t Oft!** \. little
to the viewer wbo watched which then Is pride in
'" *"***** ***** *.***, .sdsr "* .* M**** *. '*nM4MM "tmvjr staff reaching the ;
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c......... Viet Cong in South CBS-TV'i Jack Dewy that aaje- craftsmanship and a common
'' Via MM U coming throughCaaabMlU. leas wonder and. thM eottid- man is made to believe that acommon
AUW7 WMAU
.. seed die programs __ted achievement really is
"(-(1" I ; Of CIICU\AnDNS It to. smtaoned occasional ,1 for the Emmy for bat comedy an achievement It is difficult

'."...... to StajM dispatches filed b) t i 1 1 I Ir show. to think of a more destructive
AsasrfeM correspondents but I These entries art: "The way of thinking for the youngAlmanac

...IM IfiftrWW svr eei die official level per Farmer's Daughter. ," "...e.Ha.1 -
A.t'",. ...."'H, UNITfO MW NATIONAL "
.**. art *f U S regard for theSMSasHltlss Navy "That Was The
NATIONAL IOtTOIIAL ft UitW *** .Is .. ASSOCIATION for r.,.Mi. ...ie. .( .* ta..1.l ..wt e.f.r. of
Prince Sihanouk" whose Dana and Dick Van Dyke series
W i* Hiit II.per .s w.N .t *ll UPI!
ItM Snn &.*:gbe.. frtsMsaMp the foiled States Benny U not among them
stilt wMdd like to ft.in. probably because he bat beenon By tailed Press Internstion!
A&VHWIN DIAKINfClASSI'ltO The fact that Cambodia now the air for ao long and has Today is Thursday May 21

WAftTMfW: .has .... ftt bruiK hargri of his share of aU kinds of trophies
t to > the 142nd day of 1964 with 224
Iy Hi* W..4: I ,..... h**..M 0.*. ly tho I..lu I ,..... Previ.as i D.,.
....I! N.M.*t! I FM. ,........ D.,. s....., H1tIe. D..Nln.c Fri..,. aggression against t the United aid yet only one of to follow
DISPLAY OtPAKTMfNT: States and South Viet Nam these nominees the Van Dyke The moon is approaching its

S.*...v I*$*.-1 P.M. T.........,: .........y Idi-I P.M. FrU.y: May mean that the "loves fj show can even be credited full phase
Tg..d.y U 4sNona S.hrd.y: W..........y. Th....., .... ri4I., DIll will come off with style Jacks trademark. The morning star is Saturn

I d +.,_1 P.M.Mitib T.. Ca_ ,. is A...."".. __ __ The "heavy. stuff" would be "The Farmer's Daughter"and The evening star is Venus.

------- s......... 110I.."...r P ttWIeII... A.si.N.. die machineguns.. mortars, "McHale's Navy" are Ou this day in historyIn
M.el.r ,,"",. "r... Au..t tSUISCDIPTION ." bit mnsMives and such otheraysipnum pleasant diversions on occasion: 1 42, what is considered lobe
.- --- as the Reds could "That Was The Week That the first Democratic Nation

IATHI. adapt to their spreading gucr Was" is a pretentious, juvenile al Convention got under way at
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ripe war in the waterlogged dud than its competitors Baltimore.In .
Tar $1110: r...., 1'.10: 1 ..Mhs, 14.15; I mush. fl.it: detta. worse .
..tlrly. IS co.... $..,l. C.,i i.c: DiilI c.Mq: Svnday. 10 c..... because it claims more and delivers 141 a German submarine
__ u _ _. _ The American and Vietnamese less. The Dana series sank the U. S. merchant ship
TELEPHONE CY"f.u l.lltl Murcet believe that of the features a talented star 10. "Robin Moor"! In midAtlanticIn

land and ... routes used by run-of-the-mill show. But suppose 1948 President Harry Tru,

A For T oday.---- the Comnmarists. to reinforce we gave all of these entries man sent a special message to
Thought the Red guerrilla forces In h the benefit of their best Congress proposing statehoodfor

Swath Viet Nam the heavy points-would that still in anyway Alaska

"S _etl be the God and Father of our Lord equipment comes almost entirely qualify them to be worthyof In 1962 the American :Medical
by water awards' Awards for what? Association labeled Press
Jtu Christ, (the Mniieh ) nhn hath bleutd tu with Manpower reinforcements I Awards are supposed to epito dent Kennedy's proposed medicare

till every) qirit1llJ'lolll' Spirit) given bI.ift.j" come via the Ho Chi Minh mile exceptional achievementIs legislation "a cruel hoax."

the Arawtly nlm in Christ" Kfh. 1:3 trail along the mountainous r / a boy a genius because he
satee of eastern Laos. gets a C average and his classmates A thought for the day English .
One can think of no bluing that prepare the Wat.r-berne! supplies l i are fail poet Chaucer said: "Boast.

believer for heaven, that baa not been graciously be- loaded aboard ship or barge The Pulitzer Prize Judges this ITS'I Iy..r by nature are from truth

Dr. Albert L. Carnett either in Red China or at Haiphong. did not give award for aloof' "
stowed by God thrown Christ.- an
The
pert for Communist To Lighter SideBy
North Viet Nam's capital of
Now Available
lI. ot. They then are sent by
News Chief Editorials sea to be off-loaded at one of DICK WEST T3 t Teens Pretty Up for s y - At Your EXCLUSIVEflUMONT

the sittfffled mouths' of the United Press International Prom" related that "(beep-

Mekong River or st a new port The Editor WASHINGTON (UPI) As beep) makes 73 different wom

Naive . being befit by the Cambodians everyone who watches old movies en's gold watch styles." It was

A great to-do l is being made about how cleverly, called Sthanoukvtlle on television 1s aware one illustrated by a photograph of / '
If at Sthanoukville, the sup. Dear Editor: of the duties of an ace reporteris 57 girls in hair nets and curl 1
after 12 yearn, we found Home live microphones and plies then are sent under regular With the kind permission ofT to uncover crimes that the DEALER

recording: equipment in a building we lease for our commercial consignmentto Coleman Andrews, the following police have overlooked.So ers.The third ad pictured some
the Cambodian capital of la from his booklet saying I shall now acquaint CYPRESS TV
IS Embanay in Moscow. If we've waited 12 years young ladies draped in bath
Phnom Penh where they againare "Rlpentna Fruit."Fabtan you with one of the and swimming lA5lhll23
towels sitting by a
to brilliantly find these message conveyors, why off-loaded for the trip down Socialism was strangest cases I have uncov pool. "What under the :1 ,... f_." SALES & SERVICE

couldn't we hare been smart enough to put them to the! Mekong to the guerrillas. founded In the early two's in ered in my long career as an sun are these 73 beauties ad.W.wd"aa We Service AH Makes

Tit Ktkong, originating 2,600 England."As" ace reporter. I call it "The aiked. 510 Gardens Rd.
our own UN? Once the little! moruten were located mlfht have been expected doing? the caption Cypress CY 3.9800
miles to the northwest In the Case of the Missing Sunbath. The ad then explained that
all kinds of irrelevant material could have been fed mountains of Tibet forms partsof Fabian Socialism spread to the ers." beep-beep( ) makes 73 glamorous

to the Russians and everything would have been to International boundaries for United States. But Its adherentsdidn't My suspicions were first gold watch styles a different
Burma Laos and Thailand. gain perceptible political aroused by an advertisement one for each girl to time
our advantage.We ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
Along its route .IM Luang Pra- power here until after Franklin that the (beep-beep) Watch Co.. her tan by."
Bometim wonder Duet ,,'hatort of peoplewe bang the royal capital of Laos Delano Roosevelt became Pres II running In the current issue In view of my previous discoveries

hate !Ill, fhei ''departin..ntti If A imredible to: OH and Vientiane. Ha administrative ident. With whose his predilection inclination {or of a popuar mafatme. I was not surprised to WOIO-TY WSLATVClnMil wm-r WTY7.TY

that, knowing how espionage ii a' llaafk and parcel of capital as well as Phnom people was to the poitticat left, Roosevelt It features a photograph/ of a find that there were only 50 c..... g CkmMl. t' ,..CIwiMl
Palo large group of young men and b .tIt.'ln the picture. Jest to CIS NSCOrtad AIC CISThursday
the communist world we would .lease a building without The Mekong is the lifeline of was completely Consequently taken not In long by women wearing academic caps be certain 1 double-checked. I f..,. 0....... f..,.

making an exhaustive search for mik* the day Southeait Asia, all thin,. to all after Kernes.Roooevvlt's first Inauguration and gowns Each one is holding counted their legs and dividedby
men a source of supply up his or her arm. and on each two Still only 50. NIGHT May 21
we moved in. \Vt found a mike in the great seal of left-wing professors and
lor the South Vietnamese guerrillas to arm there is a wrist watch. The 228 mining grads the 11
brainwashed students began
the United States, but that was five) or six years ago. s source of water for descend Washington. They Below the picture is a caption missing brides and the II missing 4:00: .-N.w. N.w., J,.rt., N..., W...h.r *ull. N...

Frankly, we should be ashamed to let the story out the great rice bowl of the delta came from upon every direction that reads: "392 ways to teenagers didn't particularly *:li-$ .rtt, Wfk.r Watktr Editorial, Sp'ti SpoHi, Wth.r
and an Mefent. line of defense make your grad glad." And in alarm me But when my investigation 4:10-CIS 110I... NIC News AIC News CIS News
or to make a fUll about it, for that only further displays Invasion. principally from the Northeast. smaller type the ad says."What i:4S: -CIS 110I... NIC N... News, W...h.r CIS News
against "Professors with rath ....m disclosed that 23
our dumbness. Its many channels nuke ftfeetlve for Fabu-n Socialism outright to give for graduation bathing beauties were missing, 7:0o-H."ti. A""t..... Vtrgai.l.ys ........Ick
police patrol almost communism had a field day. These happy hand-raisers offer I knew it was time I to notify 7:1 I- I Fishsq{ In '.....i.. Vlrgin{ h,. ........Ick
Impossible, and the reluctanceof These professors serving as you 392 wonderful hints Them the FBI. 7:10.-: '........ A........,.. FII..t.. ........Ick{
A Light Is Needed . the Vietnamese to enforce a incubator tenders, delivered In- different watch styles by 7:41-'........ Is '.....i.. FII.....".. .......I"k

What with all of the traffic lights we are supposed curfew against night operationsof ton Washington a host of young tbeep( -beep) KRAFT Dinneris .Oo.-.hl", Sire,, D.".. Coed CaehlduSISIawkde
the Communists further men, moat of whom were without A casual observer would not :I The Stun D.... Red ...hld.
to save due to our one-way streets, maybe we complicates the problem experience In anything except notice anything peculiar about 1lo.-.hl": Dr. IC.I..... My. Th... 5... ...hl",
could spare one for the corner of Sixth and AvenueR Prince Sihanouk repeatedlyhas their Incubator, going to the ad. But I didn't get to bean 1:41-1..1t1" D.. lCil..... My. Th,.. $.". Rawhide

SE. That is at the entrance of the Southeast Shopping denied that Cambodia he has permitted eitheras school. These callow kids, eyea things ace st reporter face value by accepting even a '::00.-',,,, Moses D.. Kildan. h.ign 0-Teal. F.rry .......
the use of aglow with an alien light were /:1S-Parry ....... Or. 1.ld.(. .. En.ign O'T.ole Parry Muwn.
Plaza. the when
There are times during day one a trans-shipment poUu or a placed in government. petitions watch face.I thrifty i" ':10.-'.", ...... H..I Th. Jivmy Corey .......
only has to wait for a few minutes to get across the haven for the Communists. He that called for the handling of painstakingly counted all of ';41-',,,, Masse Hanoi Des Sh.. Pony .......
may be telling the truth but matters of the utmost Importance. the grads In the photograph
street or to turn left, but there are times when it may the evidence is againat him In time Washington was and thus made a startling! dis and 10:00.-Th.: 110I...... Parry C... The Jimmy Dick hwdl

take five minutes to make the same turn. In other And, as of today, Cambodia over-run wtth '''''''1 young covery.. There were only 184 of 10:15-TM I 110I...... Parry C.... D... Shaw Thnh.10:30The .
110I..11 Parry Corer. Th. Story .f Dick ,....1110.41The
words traffic control at this point isn't adequate. is one of three privileged sane men' willing and anxious to follow them give or take a couple of : N...... 'etry C."' A Student Th..tr.
tuaries. to which the Reds can the kn-wing lead of their science majors. quick
We have been told that not enough enter
cars of professorial Svengalls. Suddeny little bell In N.w. Wlr N.W.H. N.wi
retreat without fear purault. a rang 11:00: -N.w Spt. Sp.rt.
this point to need the aid of a traffic light. We realize The other two are Laos and "In relatively short order my memory box. I recalled 11:11: :: -S*.>H Wikar 7mi{*>r SS.w E'Urlal, Wtkar WfK.r, E't.I.I

that be true but what the engineers haven't the are of North Viet Nam after their Installation by having seen other ads of this and 11:10'-7k*.*r. *f Tea*>t Sh.. lar Skw !..*!tea!
may 11:45-. the S.... 7M: Sit.. Lat Skew S. ii.
north of the 17th Parallel I Roosevelt, the Fabian Socialistsand type. As luck would have it, I <* *
studied I. that cars coming along State Highway 540 the' Communists scored able hands threeof
That's what makes the war was to lay on
come from the west and the east at rather high speedsso in Viet Nsm even tougher than their first big triumph: Diplomatic them. full of cheese flavorCount Friday MORNING May 22

they may be spaced out to the point that the fellow the war In Korea. recognition war extended One showed a group of women
to Russia! in bridal Captioned
gowns.
coming from the north or out of the plaza has one "That did It. Russia war down "93 'em to the en Kraft DUUMT lot 700-0.tl. Tod.y Sit.. lMod Day
ways to get ......... macaroni that's full 7:I- A"heHt" To".v Sh.. N... 5.... Day
dickens of a time to get into the traffic flow. The VVoHSfreefChatter and all but out. Had the new church on time" it illustratedthe ot fuldra chew fondiMMH 7IO'-W..U: Today Sh.. MiuSiu ...... Geed D.y

little counter box. tell a lot, but they fail in other administration refused to fact that "(beep-beep) ,. .M on bawl for sp.sdyschool 7:45-- U..III Tod.y 51... 'i".i.{ ..... Geed Day
recognise Russia, communism diamond
makes 93 different
instances Let's ask for a restudy of the matter. would have suffered a serious watch designs" lunch' and hurryupupptf Oo-.c.t.l.. To".y Sh.. Uielte; I..... C..I.I .

perhaps fatal. blow Bt the A quirk enumeration revealed time I h'.oad sating any :1 I- Kmigame Today 51... Micbi.; I..... 1 Kso.....
Io-.c.t.i.. Today St... C.rt..III. C.Ndn
Roosevelt administration did
ACROSS 54.Leaps 11. GuIde Communist Russia there were only M brides In the .41- IC....... Td.y Sbew C.rt..lIf. K....m.f .
1. Wvoln 13. Llttl. NEW YORK (LTD LeslieE recogulM photograph. COSTS .
a. Chief DOWN girl i ve. Fourton of C.B. Richard A and, as we know Russia lost Another ad, cautioned "How ONLY SA SIIVlNO Oo.-h.ei.1' I C.. T...., Mende. h.rslw M..5, MwieIS
PIKe 1. Mark of IT. Boolb.. K h rof no time In making herself an ': rear I...... "Spucep.tiai" Car/a.yitl. "As.1b.r
rock disgrace 20. Kind Co says "stocks appear to be Increasing Uu>4t to the peaceof '.10.-1_,.. ._.. A. Monjeu C.rt.aviil D.."
10.lour' pill. 2, "Th. ot rod suffering more from temporary the work rommsmlst In- '.41-...,., Semis bolts 5'.ill. C.rt..m. Easel Flyait I
'N neglect than from real doubt si filtration of and
for Ravn22.. our government
u a Msdday to the favorable outlook." DIAL WSIR Program 1490 oo-CIS 110I... J'c.i. Geese h..i.1t L....". Ka, faoss
hone author 2.. Valley In "'aD1.rtalt aspects of 10'15-C1S N... Tday'a ....... h..I.1t h...". ......."'. ....,,;.
12. rraem.nt. a. P.nlvlan poet "Sine attractive investmenti our nation's life became an 10.10.-1 lot lay Word for W.rd ,.Ie. I. Right I lave lag
U. Prlc Indian 25. ZoatIS. now art becoming more obvious .. It .U Mutual 1'1.' .. to Vainer tar U.1&,
ever Increasing problem. .
RoM a HtarkwayMutual .0 41-1 1. Luev Word for W. .. Pr1.. I. Iighe I Le.. Lucy
Klllr of t.N.ver: 30. "- ," and more numerous,' remains ao today." : ? HtmtWut :,. =r' m g
Buh&ll poet and ,_.,'. Au.. Fourton says, "the current do- Lewis C. StampfMemories A.J.4>* i N Fhrt.. Osrdw 1 Oo.-Th.I: "'cC." Cmie..haHmi G.t The. Tite McCeys
18. External I. J.wlah Peace" period should 1 4U Horn Rubes f"* oSS ahn... II:5S-Tb.: ..."C.,. C."co..ti.. ......... Th. "Ce"
MId month 11. Behind U. Caplt&: nothing give wsysoon 'A.a 0* Maul..N..*.. ..m II :Io.-.t. I COl."" J..,.,.., Mhd.g' LI... ,... I Gladys
t
eoaUng e. Fabulou. 12.Tank Nonv.y to a resumption" of the IS hXu Pnlft Cton, ac 'rtaasrisi I :41-.t. 8 GIaM J..,...., ....i...l.q LI... ,... I GladysAFTERNOON
11. Employ bird S$. Tooth 41. Regret general uptrend 5 m 1IIIt-.l wwt y d '
.. 'ftsrSewa
a m . Asp.
1. Mtachl,_ T. Mlat decay ... Din. / .. : 1G .
u : HrT lynek SM
.. Croatian 36. Reynolds Co says that the UOIS w ins ENew's
one Leg
Jolnta IIrhU Increase in net odd-lot selling : TnV P5ulis mho roir II:01)-(... .f life V*.r Fin F.tk., N.... Wallow
21. lee :36. -w
team, eavalry
Upright 111. Right n R.eon a ai ..... IMt-U.. *f life l I"' .r*.ti.* IC.... .... Fate Stk. MM.rk .
With fruits man 3S. Epoch warship recent sessions "lesds us to believe a. wwsl If... SrM7.. T...... .. .
20 YEARS AGO M St aPfit.ihMOMpntn 11:10- w 7m ....* $ f., 7*>r>
and aauc:.. t. Becom. U. Flow I I. HI NMwkmo, NMn
fur: that the present technical Eugene EBerbe returned to n III 1115-Guidl. mM CM.MC Imi f.rd G.ldi.q U.1tt
in l Jr
23. Pral.ei bed CIOploualJ' abbr. correction will eventually be favorabty :, g/v gvalr.iyr..I.-ww 11" Shoism

28. Look i -z ,, ..... t//. y' I d lfi resolved." Reynoldsadds I log Camp a leave Perry with Va.his after family spend In ; Jan 11 M taw PkirM SUfTnnKkt II'I.m .po..,*....t,.INa.. ..... I:00-Gil Tub' 110I..... S....., Dc>*WrIrid. Le.. *f t*.
21. RaI1I'O&4: / V/. / It continues optimsticabout i :: Yard i3" ...... I:15-Girl) T.Ik w..the I... .1 (H.
abbr. 1 Lake Alfred 7 Muwe UM lists : 1lo.-W.rI") T..... ...t.f 110I... Wald tees
Breach r21. r// 10 itP. the long pull and advises 'WI lIutuaJ ,Owe ,LJIII Fats moss Sleet 1:41-W.I" f..... 6ruuc1te laNiiee W..... f_.
? orll i investors to "build up positions : I =.ices... !o pal am.n0m
31: Lk. i Iii! i''I i ias. + during periods of temporary M YEARS AGO feed f'r. ..w't.WI:Mw 1:00: -Pa....... I..'. ...... ...,. M' ..*. ,........
Chinese weakness.toTbolllaon The city manager announcedIt : rat MMW CIOIIe"New.MtreM 1 a., n > IS-Pe oe'd A D.al Mr. U..-. P.wwwed
mown IOS ,Ib 1 : : '6a4. would be the middle a* Jane a Chum Ytaw uses ran ha I m"V Mots.....t te pre. ww 1:10-Hw* Party 7k* D.ehn D.y 1* CrDV HM Party

A nMt McKinnon I or later before Winter Haven'snew 1 m on.. w.... 'f...., ,a i T1r. .. IM gwam.a mS.-HMM Party 7k D..rn 1 I.. Cause H.*.. Parry.
I1.J ; 11 U. says mains MutW ..... I' m teal r 31MksVI
tepnst3TCo.tof "risks incressmg water were completed ... TT.i TrwtII ."., W.I" TrwtII
are some "" 1.00- A* General T. T.I
t) l I 11 of the more txuberant mining and even then theywould : 0Cf"otrnUDAT : : eum JI5--T. rill TrwtII A.."" Would H..I 7* 7.1 frwtll
woe ; stocks, mostly because all the not give additional sea ManmwM i a =Pews tint Gaawr 1:10-.11. NiM Yes D*.'. Say 0..... fer Dy 14..f Nt5M"

/1 40: aaloticaho9 Flowed A8 n 50 facts are not known questions 'hOshed.rice[ until the water plant was : r U-If... i : >*w I a rhos K< wtf 3:4544.0 NIgh. Y.. Da.'t Say OM** fe Day Id*. *f NNM'

tI JL have to .be answered, danfica- 1 m root 11II_ r w Nnaw a rlteknykMwal 4-oo-.Set S'- Much 5._ 1'.......... s....t Si.IsS *.
.2. T) fore J t4 lien U needed." If the "copper : : *>MJ :KmCna1 +, .: ..... /: ..... S'- ......It ft.** 1',......... Same S'-
S YEARS AGO anew use. a Mars.ss iani* ..., .... ... .. .
45. Mualc not. n J'Il fl ofQ fever" does not get out of 411I Mama '.. IM14 "I/ew" 4:10-Uxl W.rf. U T.iI. .. S._
46, Always ; band It states the speculative Builders were rejected In r : MMMl lose. es1 1:41Aio vr.. tale ..... Trsn.atie. Sa..aa
: I their for rebates on .InitaDatwo M.Me : : := A' 8$
48. "DowJa"I" : : n u 44 04'ao. stocks "should simmer down plea of mains withIn 1 I. tg.al jssr. ..... e,' Nast a ..smear Ioo-Ame s.t M' c kyMM ....*..* no... S....,
water
from and re-assume their customarily 7 .. 111...... ..... the 1:11-Arti* lr d.k ....-k.t Thee S.ngee
Vnd.r" 41 H orderly market posture." new subdivision but did i :: Pl sai Neesee.da Mw WulM.ijool : ; = .1'1' : 1:10-1**.. K u' .*a. 5wrtC. 5'seekaat N.ei w.._
.Happ.n manage to secure some minor t MarM"mta *** t o .. 1:41Te l.._ "' ..1'. 5erII. ih.b..s gxiatal EaseaTba
again 50 "j I Y'fi I changes In two new codes 7 :: aborts ..*... : Sing Arr. ____ ___ ___
62.Great //, Raymond. Burr tear of "Priry the a MII.W Meet wow.. Nw. ....... ........... am rmid.l by ... ......<.i l.. *rMMTW
I J&*oi, hat acquired a cutler I adopted by city 1 >4 WTTtR LsOenal 'QI\ I4w.t .d.p sod .t ..... G+l ......
uu..: n % Sof ..... 4 r..",... toh .m .al11M eto shag. aer Dily N.n- *
: ;8 1 ion of ,"aI"oiL! that would do III : >h '\:0.:."; So' \II ." f'... ...... .*>.m *. pIG;* --l .*.d I Ie ..! _y. far ....... *...... *.iSled
B3. A ragout i 21 redii to an; law library BOP W WINTER HAVE* : Ie "-. ............






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Thursday May 21 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Peg. Five;



Major MarketsTo father, Son Wallace Gets Mutual Elects 1OoBtteed bard, Growers 125 Attend Retired CivilEmployes 'Big' Gator

Saved At Sea ( Poem Pep On.) members" of both group*. Their Plata
anajual elections are take too records stand owt.

MIAMI (UPI) A Nooaatioptometrat MOB M I MOM formality aad Set Mee! of IiIoee elected Last
Be Meeting
SoughtBy and Ms laVyeerotdton Fine Wekome that everything is cut aid laid after the meeting yea Youth Rally Puts Up fight t

were rescued Wednesday dried besoroftand.TMs terday, "It's a shame that,
Chapter SSI National Mae-
after ditching their pine la the writer hoe attended. year after. year, especially In
Citrus Atlantic Tuesday near Riminiand sued meetings in various pane !the hAth price years, more elation of Retired Civil KM- TALLAHASSEE (UPI) --An
MenA In Alabama Held HereA ptoyeea will hold its last nwrtlag alligator described
only as
floating in I life raft all of the state and .has wtoeaaad growers don't take aa Interest of the Frtsfcyat
season
on "big" wandered Into the back-
In what is their buiMoas..Imply
night ,
OHM pretty good no holds < p.m. In the Tampa Eke- yard of Peter' J. White Wednesday -
Cast Guard officials said Dr. by taking one hour total of IB young people
barred a
new alignment of the 62- MONTGOMERY Ala (UPI) Bane-calling politicson trio Leisure Rooom. night and It look a deputy
Thomas Hall, 44, was to good the meeting floor year and attending, these and sponsors from the Christian
Florida
man Cltru Commlas- Jaunty Gov George C Wal The meeting will .be a- sheriff an hour to take the rep-
ton field condition but his son, David Actually, what the .00 5 meeting, net only In Polk Churches of this area met
merchandising force, lace came home from another percent ducted by the. newly .*.od tile Into custody
had a shoulder injury that did county but all over the state" Christian Church
with emphasis upon central and presidential primary battle l of Polk: County growers' at Central officers White called the Leon
eastern marked, wtu be not appear too serious. Wednesday night and received voting In the GAC nominations Another comment heard on Lake Blue Drive Sunda A covered dish" dinner with County akerlff a office to report

recommended to the Commlss- cHall laid he ditched the plane a warrior's welcome. did was to hand to two men from a veteran Polk county for their quarterly youth rally be ....ved. Thane attending the alligator In her yard. Deputy -
Ion during* in a flight to Nassau when one grower who attended yester Activities, planned and pre CMM
regular meetingon Huge crowds cheered bin the responaibttity of seeing should bring their own table Goodman answered the
May 26. of the engines started vibrating day's dual meeting: "You can sated by the Intermediateand call.
when his plane, bedecked with that all Polk County growers, service
The plan, baaed badly and he war "afraid it always tell when there la a Senior Group of the 'host All Goodman said he arrived
upon recom- Confederate flags, landed at the as well as those in other parta retired civil employee at
mend*Uon of the Booc, Allen oar was." going to tear the wing Birmingham and Montgomery of the state, are treated fairly high dollar market and the Industry church were centered around are the White's home 11 minutes

and Hamlltlonbuslneaa consulting airports. In setting up site and grade Is going along fine and a Japanese theme in honor of attend.r after UM call was made but It

firm, will be presented to -- "From the looks of t h I scrowd standards on a periodic basis no one wants to rock the boat, Mr. and Mrs Lonni Mings, of took! him another hour to take
the Commission the Just by attending the various the gator Into ...... .
by Administrative the Osaka Christian Minion ,
I I In
Awards Day thought was And as for the 0070 per cent Red Terrorist
If there had been
Committee meetings a Goodman called
and General Maryland," he told 4,000 persons of Mutual members voting Japan, "the living )link mis Harry Chaplnof
low market and In
Manager Homer E. Hooks. a big crop the State Oam and FreshWater
(Continued From On here Earlier around 2,000 aionarlea of Central Chrill1.nChurch.
This streamlined networkof Page ) yesterday, they named three prospect for next year there Fish Commission who
field men will provide better Price, golf; Bill SQvey, b.... supporters had greeted him at men who will take part In would be a lot more people ." SAIGON South Viet Nam rtlas.d the unhappy gator In a
and more thorough coverage baD: Cordon Coppage, basketball Birmingham during a stopover some of the hottest strugglesfor here today." Highlight of the program (UPI-A) young terrorist teaseda lake north of the city

of major market areas where Chad Goff, swimming; en route fro m the Maryland the benefit of the growers The three Mutual directors was a skit entitled "A Japan grenade into a U S. Army

Florida citrus is sold in quantity John Swsrtt, tennis: Jimmy presidential primary where he that have ever been staged reelected will be formally ee Christian Home." written truck today In the latest vies'

," Hooka aaid. "The Commission Hough track, and Bob Holl- got 42 per cent of the votes The coming year will be a seated with their It associates, by Jill Gerber. The dining I hence<< against Americana In FlAUUD.STOOtS

has recognized that the meyer football. "We won in Maryland and tough one for Mutual and thereat representing seven districts, area was decorated In a f alive South Viet Nam Here are the I p m closings

greatest consumer response to Girls physical fitness awards they know we won," he said, of the industry the way at the annual meeting to be Japanese motif and Orion on Florida stocks as reportedby

Florida citrus was to be found went to 23 girls, including adding that his showing empha. of state and federal legislation held her June It. tal food was aerved from low An American soldier escapedthe Franela I. duP nt and Co

In the east and central states, Linda Davis, Karen Lelche, sized the strong opposition to taxes, tariffs, competition Citrus Mutual elected two tables. The diners sat on rush attack unhurt and shot the Air Control av

and this assumption was supported Terry Jackson, Dolly Frailer, the civil rights bill. and the like new members to their board. Ions on the floor, In the tradittonal terrorist aa he tried to flee ona Tampa Electric *a

by the Boot, Allen and Donna Burroughs, LaVerne "I feel the people In Washington Certainly there can be no The' two new members are style of Japan bicycle The grenade waa Florida Telephone 2TH'

Hamilton report covering Com- Pittman, Judi Blair, Diane -the ones who developthe criticism of the carryover Trave L. Hayden of Brooks- The visiting groups attended concealed in a loal of bread Plant Industries 14Nw
mission operations." Bash, Lois White, Carol Da. trends In both parties-will vile and W. P. Cooper of the regular evening service

Hooks pointed out that the vidson Sheila Beasley JoAnn fit up and take notice," he Sarasota and participated with special

commission would deviate from Mincey, Sherrle Roggen, said. "They cant Ignore our Winter Haven Hayden replaced Herbert S. musical numbers Represented | Daring! Perfectly legal!
he report to the extent of continuing Linda DuBoae, Sally Hanley, victory Massey of Dade City and Coop. In the youth groups were
coverage of the Pacific Tacy Martin Aids Reiter, It was the segregationist gov (Continued From Page One) er succeeds H. D. Ryala of people from First

Cast area. "This long has been Betsy Van Chef Kay Ting ernor's best showing in the eel and Kronburg, near Frank- Fort Ogden The results In Christian young Church, Lake Wales, I 1ST ANNUAL

a gook market for our citrus, Betty Coburn, April Wolf, three presidential primaries be hart other districts: Chr'stian! Church
and our own appraisals have Indicated Mary Lyle. and Linda Bum. has entered. He got 33 per cent It la surrounded by dense to District 1 Henry A Prlne Grove Park ChristianChurches

the need for continued garner. of the vote in Wisconsin and 29 light forests and la nestled of Bradenton, Ford W Moodyof and Lakeland Christian WIFE SALE !
merchandising efforts In that Boys physical fitness awards per cent In Indiana among medium sited mountains. Palm Harbor and WilliamR First
l First
area." went to 33 students They were Wallace promised to "contin McMullen of Tampa Church Wauchula;
The committee recommendation Don Ambrose, Dena Eubanks, ue the right" in the California The town la famoua for its District I Fred H Adkln- Christian Church, Arcadia,

; would streamline the present John Cochran, Bob Lee, Tom primary fruits, especially strawberries son of Mlnneola, Vernon L. First Christian Church. Avon
merchandising organization Wurzel, Elliott Groin, Bob Taunusschule Gymnasium la Connor of Mount Dora and Park; and Central Christian
from five to two divisions, with Hughes, Daryl Head Gary a cooeducatlonal) school of about Slffyden. Church, Winter Haven

one office In New York and one Runnels Randall Thomas, Red DemandsContinued 610 students. District I W Max Acre The group from First Chris ony$179500We

in Chicago The other categories Bobby Beard, Jackie Beau, Although Hollmeyer will have of DeLand, W. Elton Clem. limn Church Lake Wales, won
of field men would be merchandising Don Elktns, Hershel KnlgJiten. ( From Page One) to go an additional year of high mona of Cltra and B. F Wheeler the attendance trophy with 32 ,

specialists, district Larry McLendon, Bradley US. strategy in South VietNam school, he said, "I fed the experience Jr of Oviedo. present
managers, and area managers. where 129 Americans will be worth, I think
Talley, Boyd Hampton, Jim : District 4 Chester Karat Those taking part In the pro

Duties of will the merchandisingspecialists be to concentrate Elliott, John Walls, Curtis Lancaster have Communist died in guerrillas combat against (it will At Winter be all right.Haven High, Moll- of Orlando, Charles C. Psrtln gram were Bert Gerber Just have too many of 'em!

Richard Button, Brad. of Klsslmmee and L. W. Wayne lurks Marcia Klrster,
on In-atore display and retail He said the United States fen meyer haa belonged to various
ley Carter, Ethan Colchlskl, and Tilden of Winter Garden Sue Board, Lana and Cindy it wives!
store contacts. These specialists Gene Deese, Paul Ives, Albert the threat was "the same in organization held officein District 6 Albert Carltonof Johns, Sandra Berry Jill (automobiles, that not )
of them.
will work under the many
supervision Viet Nam
Poucher, Mike Poulson, Wayne today aa It was In Wauchula Robert J. Bar- ,,
of the district managers Greece in He la a member of the student Gerber, William Garllnger
who will center attention Weed, Eddie Burton Eahe 1950." 1947 and in Korea in council, of which he la president ben of Avon Park and W. P. Terry Hostler, and Mrs Ray

on the grocery buying offices Evans, Phillip Ellis, Guy Wallace this year; has been on th.van- Cooper. Johns
and wholesalers and brokers. Timmy Wilbur, Bobby He rejected demands by Russia Ity football and swimming The board meets on June It Other young people assistIng .

Area managers will be assigned Weitphal and Ernie Hocue.Funeral France, Communist for China and teams; Is a member of Key to elect new mutual officers with the arrangements and

to markets In more sparsely a reconvening of Club and the Inter-Club Council for the year recreational period were Joy
the Geneva
populated regions and will and 1962 which conferences set the of 1954 of which he was president In most cases those nominated Gerber Kathy Robinson Jim BUY A WIFE
up present members of the
last
be expected to devote time to year. as mie Hough, Wealey Berry,
arrangements in the former
In-store merchandising,as well Earlier this year, he was Growers Administrative Committee Cathy Cochran, Bobby Hicks,
MRS. CECEUA DOBOS French Indochina and guaranteed awarded the Youth those who served
aa to coverage of grocery buy- Outstanding were
Ing offices, Hooks said. The funeral Mass for the repose the neutrality of the newly of Winter Haven Award by the as alternate during the put Elms Feagle Colchiskl.Adult Fleet. Board and BUY A WIFE
The recommendation calls of the soul of Mrs. Ce created countries local Optimist Club sessnn. Ethan

for field men in the central celia Dobos, of Route 1, Wsh. "There Is no need for another When he returns from Germany Other district results: sponsors were Mr. and

and eastern states, with six nets, who died Monday mornIng such conference," Steven Hollmeyer plans to attend District 1 Hugh S. Dawson Mrs T O Lee Mrs Clarence
others for the west coast. at the Osceola Hospital In son said 'Another Geneva con the University of Florida and of Tampa member, William Gerber. Mrs Dale Board,

Under the proposed plan, Ktaalmmee, win be offered to ference, if it reached any aa yet Is undecided aa whatto McMullen of Tampa, alternate Mrs Kenneth Hough and Mrs BUY A WIFE

Charles Koechllng would be morrow morning at St Joseph's agreement at ad would proveno study. Dan Gerber
division manager in the New Church. The Mass will be celebrated more effective th.nth. He received word of his appointment District I Gilford T. Sims The Rev Delmar P Debault
.4 teal
York office, with Paul Dillard by the Rev. Matthew agreements we already have. Sunday and still contends of Tavares member: E L Atkinson Is minister of the church . .".

division manager In Chicago Connolly, pastor "It's hard to believe. of UmstlUa, alternate

The recitation of the Rosaryfor Flack Is Lions It's just starting to dawn on District I Leo Morthlandof Area ClergyContinued
"
me now. Welrsdsle. member: W. A
Mrs Dobos will be held at
Holland HasCampaign the Ott.Laughlin Chapel tonight (Continued From Page One) The AMerican Field Serviceis Prevail of Seville. alternate ( From Page One) $179500only
a private, non-profit organization District 4 M. W Dearslo Hon treasurer
at 1:30.: Army is I post
and faculty advisor of the Jay-
Fund Friends may call at the chapel sponsored Jaybeea, student founded In 1914 aa a and 0 N Lee, members, he has held for several I years
volunteer ambulance .
from 5 to 9 tonight at corps Jack Ross of Oakland, alternate The officers, with the Rev
service organization
which served with the Allies In .

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) SenSpesiard Castro Is Denison Junior High School. World Wars I and II. During District t Cole Danley of Mr. Campbell committee serve of as the thetxecutlvt as

L. Holland disclosed He was the first member of those two wars, Its 4,000 Lake Placid, member; Charles sedation for a MW '64 RAMBLER 2-Dr kdeaA

Wednesday he has $57,218 in (Continued From Page One) the Winter Haven Jaycees to volunteer members carried Metcalf of Avon Park, alter The met
more than a million casualties "" outgoing president
his war chest to start be awarded all three of its
campaigning nate .
"buiied' Cuban fishing boshtwice The A. F. S. Winter Programwas with the new officer yesterday
bronze silver and
for the November general and headed Inland before keys District 4 Indian River)
to brief them on their
started in 1947 In an
election gold membersto
for three
the alarm was given effort to create greater under.standing elections duties and to make recommendalions .
He Is a lifelong member of Mutual's board and nominations -
the Cuban
Subsequently msrlne
between people of the for the coming ,
Holland won a first primary Beymer Memorial Methodist for the GAC will beheld
radio network warned fishing
world by bringing students from
victory over J. Brailey Odhsm Church has been on its Boardof June I. yesr
on
and faces Jacksonville Republi. boats to keep their running abroad to study In U. s. high The chairmen of the major
Stewards and ushers and
lights on because 'we dont schools and live with American rUS committees announced
were
can Claude Kirk in November ALL WIVESGUARANTEED
several church
member of
want to make any mistakes. families for a year And Allies as follows: the Rev William
commissions and committees The Americana Abroad Program ,
Tiffin, community affairs, theRe
He is a past officer, including Inn outgrowth of the Winter (Continued From Page One) *. Eugene llitchcwk, constitution
the presidency, of the Beymer Program and was startedby
Men's Club, and has been general returnees who, once they to participate and by laws and
Rev L. B. Overstreet, devo
chairman of the Winter got back home, wanted to giveV. The United States has charged
lions the Rev Robert D.
Haven Drive-In Church, a 8. teenagers a similar opportunity repeatedly that Communist ;
Beymer.sponsored project, for to leers about their North Viet Nam Is supportingthe Hamilton, radio and Rev

flee yesrsHe countries. There are now two Communist Pathet Lao rebels Leo King, special services. to bo completely del ,Kted wlrfc" Hielf
phases of the Americans Abroadprorr.ml The association was formed
graduated from Florida Officials said Wednesdaythat 44 IAMILU'411." . H...... .
Southern College with honorsIn the Summer Program Red intruders from VietNam to bring the various denominations '

1954. and la one of the organizers which was Initiated In had restored their forces together In s unified end ghee. food .Uoktl
1990, and the Winter Program,
of prayer, fellowship
and currently presl to pre Geneva lesvels and now program
which started In1957. Holl
was
dent of the local Alumni chap were operating In organized and service.
will be lathe
meyer participating Activities Include the unionservice
battalions alongside the Pathet
memberof
ter He Is a charter
Winter Program
Lao at Thanksgiving, the
the Winter Haven Toastmasters
The American Abroad Programs .
three hour devotional periodon
a past officer of the Involve tamil and school
,
Rusk was expected to range Good Friday, and the Eaater -
Winter Haven Classroom I experiences and are not tours only$179500FOR
beyond Laos In his talks rlth sunrise service In the Lake
Teacher Association and has or "fun" trips. the Senate Foreign Relations
participated actively in various Mrs. T T. Coatello Is the Committee discussing the situ Stiver Amphitheater.Beginning September

drives. A. F. S. representative In this stints In South Viet Nam as sessions In will be shined .
lie I. a teacher at Denton area. well ss other trouble spots In monthly
Junior High School Participants in the programare Cambodia: from breakfast to luncheon
GROUND BEEFSPECIAL the region, Including .
choaen on the basis of meetings, it was decided

their adaptlblllty to other views

and other ways of life: human
.
understanding and their aware-

''MO.I NGfIf Deal of others; Initiative; In- THE WIFE
tellectual ability and intelligence .

; maturity; family background CENTRALSTORES
; and recognition of

r.sponslblllU.s. All participants OF YOUR LIFE
must also be In ".. '
someone cellent" ,health, and be a U K


$$100 knowis citlaen.Although HoUmeyr I II leaving -

3 PkU.S 1 you from New. York City for . and the finei second car you could

Germany on Aug. 17, be will
buy for her . a brand now

Ib. moving. . lave earlier Winter and will Haven be somewhat accompanied Dollar DaysWILL 164 RAMBLER 7-door sedan

: A friendly call by th. : by his oinrily to the Empire 'or ONLY 11116

w.nm.Wagne IfcMtM.wdt fta Ie.
help them fl al He will cross the Atlantic
THURS.FRI.SAT.I.G.A. home on the M. I. Seven Sees
HoBneyer la the aoa of Mrs4 CONTINUE

Mrs. J. 0. HtUmeyer, HURRY TO . .
@ of 1904 ISih (4, NW THROUGH



FOODLINER : J.... In rarrytnc on our Fruit Shipments
i ommumty Uad.hoIYl l lptnlof SATURDAYOPEN
: hn.ptt.lity T.li Central Florida Sales l INC-
(tot boxes) '
welt .me Waeua the Daisy earloadrtfi
& Gardens Road
5th St
Cypress MDW and add.. rf from the Fred and Vegetable

: fan due v"ti ami* who Uspeetaoa Division 704 THIID ST. S.W. a WINTER HAVEN
.,. ,."'I.,. By nit 4.1M grapefratt 1... FRIDAY

lit oranges, by truck, 4440

HUGHES I.G.A. : 29Htlf grapefrdt,13,471 oranges, astir. 8 P.M. i
'TIL
cotta total I.CM grapefruit NIGHT
Of COMMUNITY SIRVICII
TEALS
Jljas oranges, 79 sait/cotta tor 1 18
Rlflo Rang. Rd. a shipping! total of 40 too boxes. SATURDAY TIL 7 P.M. TO our COUNTY MQTORtSnl

':aaoerr receipts 11..49 grape

Winter Haven, Fla. fru 130.4S4 oraagea for csaary .
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Six WINTER HAVEN DAILY I NFWS.CNIFF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA (Ihursday, May 21. 1964

IMI CMttfo, tad., la sal LiS t

: Readers Told SAMPLE BALLOT W.1OePNIA5. -ePARTY WIanew MacBeth Play Health Leader Rent Strike to FoUowis CaakbrUg**.the MM roily I

Instructions te Voter SAta.TDMOC.ATIC ......,. Criticizes TwoCandidates Wednesday night Mtrtjr MO

To Disregard MPUSLICANniMAir Success At Planned InCambridge demonstrators Micro section's rushed thratththe alloys
HIM mm MR MakltsYsp. PsIMAsY RICTIONT. IUCTION and narrow side streets .before
" *taN N
,. IIiiiii 11III tit 1 l r -.,.M.,fa. IMt ,.._.M.,at,teaM MIAMI UPI( ) The directorof Guard being troops.cornered The by crowd National dispersed
lUll""'" -=::1 y n '!!!! .... C..rI ...... Miami' Mental Health So. when the
Magazine Tale ewe ., Is RAN 15555TAT1 5MrtM 5N Lake AlfredThe tidy criticised runoff both the Democratic guard commander peacefully threatened

candidate for use tear gas.
governor for "failure to It was the demonstration
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Inspectors 'iC J deeseas fourth grader of Lake take a strong stand on mental CAMBRIDGE Md. (UPI)- In the city since last Thursday.
of the State Depart. ... G..pww. Alfred Elementary School displayed health issues." Negro leaders began preparations There were no plans for demonstrations
Iiicnt of Agriculture today were 5ANMemwe great stage presence John H. Yaps said this failure today for I massive rent today.Wedn.sday .
.. a.OYIrar.5tternt """ moussctin strike in this racially tense
tuul to check on 19 wholesalers .l1YNNT )**t evening In presentingShakespeare's on the part of Haydon Burn night's brief anti-
town to June 1 In con
over the state to prevent the JJ _-Loooo "Macbeth" in the and Robert King High "reflectsan with begin similar demonstrations segregation rally In the streetswas
Junction
possibili.y: of poisonings among t, t ww..rw..w sehool auditorium before a apathy and indifference by In seven other cities. broken up by troops under

persons who might follow i Far M_kw..HW It... H.... .. i.pnnnl,tl>ttMl -- large audience the voters" to the problems ofment.1 Jesse Grey, who led a rent Harris command of Capt. William A.
suggest.on contained in a nationallydistributed c_.ra.. N t .---..YrYV The play was directed by health. strike in New York's Harlem a Negro guard officer.
*
magazine. 0.c.non w..wr r Miss Ton! Watkins. teacher, who He said Florida is nearly at last November, told a rally SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN
Secretary of Agriculture Doyle wale _L r.rr'- narrated part of It. The children the bottom In mental health Wednesday night that he ex-
Conner laid he Is following up t -, rr.rrrr. were letter perfect in their compared to the other states, pected that from 60 to 80 percent IN JUST 15 MINUTESIF
warning issued by the Federal coven -.ere' J -. portrayals of the Bard's character and called on the candidates to of the tenants living In YOU HAVE TO
Food & Drug Administration e- ._r *. Dan Kirkpatrick principal give their plans for aiding theItlte'a housing with alleged deficiencies SCRATCH YOUR ITCH
FM Ck k she Circuit CawtFar -
concerning the August issue of ern.rra installed the newly elected mental health program would withhold rent pay Your ki".OC.\l( trvg there.
; .;t
Escapade magazine now In dis w.. .. err rue -'-eNrPAarP IaMOQaM ( PTA officer for the year: --- ments. S.,. the itch and d Anilptlo id-.
tributors' hands. President Mr*. Kenneth Jackson NEW YORKAnthropolopist He said the strike would be .. act." kllli .burning.,,". ,. .po.'
lie said on two pages of the ..... ; vice president, Mr*. Richard Margaret Mead bimonthly magazine reader Site 1naisih INIMxs . Brumbaugh; secretary John F. Kennedy to devote her Stamford Conn New York; r.bit.."... foot NOw Itch at A"d..o"other aurfaca Dug
are told to dissolve "any two T.I Callacrwt CANYamelNroe Miss Toni! Watkins; treasurer life to the arts as the nation's Boston: Paterson. N J. and 1'.,.,

pa.,," of the magazine in ., w o.l Ralph Kucnzll cultural ambassador:
t AMT aotawATUHurt "Mr Kennedy has the youth
"methyl alcohol"
and
drink
the
TERRE HAUTE Ind.
(UPI)
POI N.NIU" and the flair and the Imagination
resulting fluid to obtain hallucinogenic -A bandit robbed a branch of
e..rrrArO to create a new role for
TEMPERATUREFiner
effect dJ
_IL__ the Indiana State Bank of
Conner said he hope all pee c....... MdlauNrN -- $1.763 here Wednesday while herself! one that Is more fully
individual than the one through
copies of the
magazine contain bank director
were discussing
log this a Per.wln. which she became known at
matter can be kept off .
security at
measure a meeting "
home and abload.
Florida newsstands .. e. a.lr. row1M J If .
I
FDA Commissioner George P.
Larrick said that "methyl alco. w

hoi commonly known a* wood ., C.H...MaI .n.leusuuln ......
alcohol is a very poisonous wr.rdM Protection WithCARPORT
e M. N.. I JJ :
substance, the first effect of u .red
which Is usually blindness." He .ryr A, JJ --

said small quantities of wood BERRY
,
alcohol otrirti w.r e r.pNNw.
are capable of causing I III
death. PAarV cirrusn .rU114NOOMMIRIIMN !

Larrick said the "deadly {......' ""...,... UTNMN I MHMIOH rot MIMMNTatmicT ...- .-
-1 direction on page 15 and it .ra.i"aT41e/ IOIIJII BUILDER'S SUPPLY
of Escapade stated that the Ink --r .... Y'9I1 .- 'C -

used been in printing the issue had ... :=-- E--- Hurt murnCaMMITTtlwaMAN r. INCORPORATEDSTURDY
mixed with a powerful -. -.-- -
- -
hallucinogen. :::::- :::-:= 101 IIWIIKANrAT..A1
0
Larrick said the editor of -.-- ...:..=
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a
Escapade said the instruction .-... -- -- .-. -.-.. J .... ,, lassS5.6 n
.
were intended a* a joke. He :.:.L.r... =;- I
.
said< the magazine's management ..-.::: .Lr..rw .... r.. --
has advised its wholesaler - --
-r 1.Y'L rr rr..r !
to recall the August Issue aaiaurnMM
and remove the two MillionsIn
log the Instructions.page bear ... -... --5-_. .... j



Peanut Bill ,; a':: JI Education


.

Loses AgainWASHINGTON 4 : "+ I M110IIr.IN t\ Funds Ready


.. ..

(UPI!) That 1'\d t J TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The 1 I II

on-ijaln, off-gain peanut research ta tune (first draft of a statewide planto I r I ...
lab for Dawson C*., has ; J distribute $5 6 million In II. 111III 111IIII
gont full cycle Congress..It's' f federal education construction
'
off-agaln. fund for Florida II I expected to I. ,.
Tuesday, the House Of Representative ,, an I r J be readxiwithln 30 day.

voted to include ILB ;' .. r'.n v .."A -----. l t A special advisory committee, ., / 1
million for the I .... ...
laboratory the 'AU' On (' fit created by the 1963 Legislature"
move was called a gesture to M5we. J to help distribute the funds frt
Rep. E. L. Tie Forrester, D- I colleges and universities w,nt
.. ailing and soon retiring :, I to work Tuesday wih: a warning
Georgia congressman who has J from Gov. Farris Bryant that STEEL PANELS N GIVES LASTING
battled long and hard for the lab MMOCtttic NATIONAL. COMMITTMMAMntrtormu "speed is essential."
But Wednesday, the House had I The 13 man committee is


for ter the second final and measure thoughts in passage.a 198-181 when about It vote come the klllen mat.up -a.etIIbOe J J headed Thomas by D. Bailey.Florida's State part .of School the fund Supt. PROTECTION TO CAR OR BOAT


The farm bill thus goes tothe .. will total $5,635,182 during the
a." O.//
Senate without the Dawson plant. -s-; distributed 1904 65 school year and will be INTERLOCKING PANELS WILL NOT LEAK. BERRY'S $ 70
There, as has happened twice J among private and
LOW 146
public Institutions of higher CASH
before It Is expected to be
reinstated by Georgia Sen. learning a* well as to public ELIMINATES UNSIGHTLY UNDERBRACING HAS PRICE 'V".Post
Richard Russell IOIIIIL .. lunlor college and technical
This means another expected d The money will be provided on IT'S OWN CONCEALED DRAINAGE SYSTEM. Buy on EASY TERMS
battle between the House and a matching basis with state
Senate over the peanut lab. loourelll J funds provided the constructionwork USE SQUARE POST OR "V" AS SHOWN IN INSET. Nothing Down $9.64 Month
The man responsible for Is In certain fields of
Wednesday's negative vote was study and serves to Increase
Rep II. R. Gross R-Iows. j enrollment
Gross told the House that the -
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$I.D million was only a down r ill
payment on the lab which will vensdt a t\\ Lovelorn Man II!I

actually cost $10 million when IPr iiI
completed. tJ Kills Six In ale p i I
"That's a pretty plush gotng- ; I
away present for my friend Shotgun Spree JI
from Georgia," Gross said. err rnle" PLAIN WHITE
j NASSAU Bahamas (UPI)--A 1 i II tl ,
I 'i I Ia CEILING TILE MOVABLE
lovelorn building contractor ran
Turkish Cypriot 1.e .._nc N.T"N4 O.rMITm.sYANlv.N amok with her n14 LOUVER BLINDS
NICOSIA =:: a shotgun Cover old cracked
leader Full Kuchuk contending Wednesday night, killing\\ sispersons Single blinds or special
0 louvered window thuHtrl.o peeling ceilings
Greek Cypriots were murdering and wounding six
score .of kidnapped Turkish Islanders' M SYi dj others before he finally turnedthe Clear white pine Tongue and groove Door or wall mirror order prehung pro-
: gun on himself |16" wide 39"- SIn painted ..dg.s.e e Complete with hangtn.' finished or unfinished.
This brutal act of taking Reuben Roll.'.slaughter also 61" 75" and II I" high. o Guaranteed 10 years.BERRY'S . Any site opening.BERRY'S .
hostage and murdering them claimed another victim--a man BERRY'S LOW PRICE16"s31" Put up with at.pI... PRICE
LOW
who collapsed and died LOW PRICE79C
apparently
I I. worse than cannibalism and 1
I I. Itself more than sufflrlent of a heart attack,after Pair 580 IERRrS LOW PRICE II98iffiATH
Four Children
proof the Turk on this island Die In FireCALAIS seeing girl Rolle shoot a 2yearold 20"d' 6117

cannot have security if obligedto 11 C
The police riot squad turned 11"112" Eo.
live In area dominated by
Maine (UPD)--Four
when trapped In an upatalrs out with firearms and tear-gas
the Greek. ,t children were killed early today bedroom by a roaring fire that bombs to hunt down the killer,

swept their two-story wooden but he was dead before they located -
frame home as their parents him.
slept Rolle had been brooding since GOLD BOND KITCHIEN .fiir
The dead were Identified tentatively his wife left him a week age
as David Corbett 7, Wednesday night he told friends
SHOE SALE Mark 8, Tammey, 4 and a 2- he would kill his wife "Ind I lot a ri.bMw ,,PAL
year-old child. All were ehll d- more" unless she returned to
rn of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cor him.
bett town.of this Canadian border EXTERIOR VELVET

78 PAIR MEN'S SHOES Corbett and his wife escaped DOWN DOWN REQUEST

the flaming house GARLAND Tex. (UPI)>-Ofn- One.(:ost Ute House Pmt. One celt lox lhs joII oo .n, sued lERRY'S BERRY'S
Broken styles and apes from regular stock. Officials said the fire started tide of Varo. Inc said today lurlaca No IX'".r .iwadKl Jell opan m. c.n led to to "Wk ..1 U.we LOW 582 LOW 495
when a oil stove exploded In
they turned Get. Gal.
the kitchen down a request on quckly m from a
Shakespearean
sleuth bUlebltr (uarantatt 1 U athebr ian "*""'" '
Reg. 11.95 Now $6.95 who wanted to use one of the sees him:l>at iota kit antfCMXt fri ';:*.

WOODEN NICKELS OK firm' electronic gadget. Ma, br.M -,

Reg. 13.95 . Now $8.95 MONROE. Wls (UPI-Dont The man hoped to take Infrared g.twar vawtdNIIo. . EXTERIOR I
be afraid to take a wooden light to the grave of thee Iu15re sl.iS .bus lroo od .,.f'1

Reg. 16.95 . Now $10.95 nickel in Monroe today. Playwright la England to sea if ..",".", ,n .Wit than ont / I UP 9PAPU
First National Bank baa started there were any manuscript I L lVET
Bruinat wet dw n wed WKy t
Reg. 20.95 . Now $12.95MIENS distributing the slugs a* burled with the remain Varo .'I" old I..OONd ppma' lID
lecsl tender to meet a critical explained that 1n 1-
although It .
.. .
Gold Bond ::
I ina mod ono p wW :
coin shortage makes military equipment to I...... DROP CLOTH1'x12'
The bank promise to redeem sea in the dark or even through 1010'000 VOlr/l II a 5aar.M.ld' i\ 1w ECONOMY 4" NYLON

the wooden nickels for regular solid object It make nothing BERRY'SLOW I PAINT BRUSHBERRY'S
IC
money upon request suitable for grave' 9 5
":.... ...,."....,. ..._.......,.. ... .... ... snooping $5 .... BERRY'SLOW
LOW 166 59*
PRICE
Please ;.Rem 3fTJber % .* 'VOT| |: PRICE PRICK

SI-40 TOP Of TNI MIWS -- i

OBSO.N&IR IH WINTER HAVEN'S MOST COMPLETE BUILDER'S SUPPLY
255 WEST CENTRAL AVENUE FULTONLEWIS FREE
Dowfttow Winter Haven

USI THI MUNICIPAL PAIIIN LOT AT IIAI 0* STOII n $'r Ou Jifif :.... t'T :':l'oU ''cfOflI JR. BERRY BUILDERS SUPPLY Inc.

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May 21 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS.CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Page Seven




I I Florida Methodists j\,4a5'tMiss It! Happens Only Once a Year! THE BETTER


YOUR TRADE-IN . .
Convene In Lakeland
BIGGER

The Uind MMlon of the Delegates to .the five-day as- 1 5 > youHi
Methodist Conference Church's Florida An. sembly will represent 270,000 P I NATIONAL I : ores N E. .
dust will open tn members of 57S church 1) \
,
I Lakeland Wednesday June 3, The Florida Conference Is
with more than 1,000 minister. one of 100 rational bodies of
11 and. lay delegates in attend. the Methodist Church In the o :NC Es THE
MC
United States which meet annually
as basic governing units. RLEss

Plenary Florida sessions Southern will College beheldat in !

the new Branscomb Memorial 9 RIGIDAIRE' LESS
Auditorium, which will be consecrated .
at the opening service.
The gift of Florida Methodists,
the auditorium is named for the YOU
late Bishop John Branscomb.

I will Another be the opening episcopal day highlight ALL NEW and UNUSED SAVE AT

Jacksonville on Bishop the state James, of who W.the administers church Henley message by of MODELS, WITH FULL W E E K'' JOHNSON'SAPPLIANCE PAY'FACTORY !

the, Florida and Cuba conferences WARRANTIES

The traditional reading of
pastoral appointments for the
new church year will climaxthe
closing plenary session on

Sunday Principal, June business 7. is expected I NOT JUST ANOTHER "FAMOUS LINE" . BUT GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE at SENSIBLE PRICES!!! J I

to center on the reports and
recommendations of 21 boards
and agencies and various committees
and a proposed annual
C. O. PRESLEY
budget exceeding$2,500,000.
, Delegates also will vote on THIS FACTORY AUTHORIZED SALE
a proposal to create a 12th
Presley Gets district the conference,comprising ATTENTION NOTICE

the Melbourne about area.29 churches in HAPPENS ONLY ONCE A YEAR

The guest "conference: Here'i your chance re buy America'

College DegreeC. Arthur preacher"J, Moore will be of Atlanta.Bishop finest tale.appliance'' during this onee-o- TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE If you plan on buying any new op-

Featured speakers at special year plianct during the next ill months,
C. Presley, son of Mrs. observances will Include BishopJ I have purchased a carload of FrigidalreappliancestobringYoethistruly-
Leon Hafley of Lake Howard Cordon Howard, Pittsburgh, SPECIAL PURCHASE APPLIANCES you OWl It to yourself to buy now
Drive, Winter Haven, was of the Evangelical United Breth.ten event.
great
awarded the diploma in The. Church; Dr. Richard V. In this fantastic salts event!
ology degree from South. Moore, president of, Bethune- LOWEST PIIICES EI7S11
Theological Cookman College Daytona
Baptist
western
r
Seminary in Forth Worth. Beach, a Methodist.college for, r The SALE of SALES!
Negroes; Robert C Mayfield
Seminary I ,
largest Southwestern evangelical seminaryin Evanston Board, 111.of, head Lay ollh.Activities Methodist , NOW IN EFFECT!!!

the world, graduated 213
and Dr. Myron Blee of Tallahassee
students in the exercises. Ap director of the FlorIda -
proximately 500 are graduated Institute for Continuing University -
from the institution annually. Studies.
Degrees and diplomas were At the June 4 evening sessiona
presented by seminary president 45-volce oratorio, "Beyond
Robert E. Naylor. Com Lies God," composed by Russell WE'LL TRADEWE'LL! DEAL !
mencement speaker was S. L. Danburg of the University
Courts Redford, executive sec of Florida music
retsry-treasurer, Home Mis faculty, will be presented by
sion Board, Southern Baptist the choir of First Methodist
Convention. Church Gainesville _



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child cuts himself 'should be gently cleaned with j YOU
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body mechanism goes Into action the soap with clear water, voter/ STAIN mi RUST WON'T fADE I
to heal that wound. a mild antiseptic may be used : NO smut WIRING mum/
Even before the bleeding Is but do not use Iodine. Foreign I _: i! i'
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controlled or the pain subsides r ONLY FRIGIDAIRE GIVES 111 I
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Intricate and complex healing should be removed course. Other Models I Fit
processes are activated. The wound should then be covered YOU FROST-PROOF
After a flesh wound the first with a clean gauze band. .fIiiIIIf _
of healing age. Ne Defrosting Ever In Freeter or Refrigerator All Windows Including

| and) Further Interference + rz:; II : -: Casement . .
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Thick ointments should lie TOP AND BOTTOM FREEZERS _
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process can be hindered If Infection source of Incapad- YOU PULL 'N' CLEAN OVEN ALSO. ._-- -
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sets In. Almost always tatlon.
a break in the skin admits some Simple, Intelligent care helps w ....J--;: Oven Pulls Oat Like e Drewer for Ne Steep CleenU GIANT AUTOMATIC SOAK CYCLE
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portant even if It appears to e/your wind. end koe>. ..
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Kern Weds Mr. Rochester' DAILY Miss Kelley "< . ..'1''f ,, Welcome Club Lunfcheon Wagon .


Mr. and Mrs William Welch : J,, Well Attended

> Rochester are now on their wed Is BetrothedTo
.r ding trip to the Caribbean after About twenty new membera
and
which they will reside In and gveett were Introduced
Pennsylvania at 1013 Flndley welcomed at the reeet luncheon -
Drive West Plttiburgh Mr. b'ppert, meeting of the Welcome
The couple exchanged vowi Wagon Club held at the Moose

In a lovely ceremony solemn. Clubhouae.
Ized Saturday In the Our Lady 14.tu by Announcement baa been made Mrs. C.L. Ellison,president explore ,
s of the Most Blessed Sacrament BtUlK SLU' of the engagement of Miss.ar- suggested that members of contributions -
Church In Penn Hula Pittsburgh ilyn Jan Kelley, daughter of the possibility l It
tTi.v with the Rev. Edwin L. Mr. and Mrs Holland A. Kelleyof to civic protects Welcome
Kactmsrek officiating.The DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Bartow, and Harold Raymond was announced that available
I Wagon pins are now
bride it the former Mies Lippert eon of Mr. sad Mrs. ,
Thursday, May 21, 1964Paoe Raymond W. LIppert of Halnea Reports were given on aetlvtta -
Sarah Margaret Kern, daughterof
,
City. el the golf, bowling, sewing
Mr. and Mrs Edward Kernof Eight fastening, bridge and canasta
Verona, Pa Her husband is Inter-
On exhibit were
Miss Kelley la a graduate of sjroups.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John eating displays by these special -
the Bartow High School where
Welch Rochester of Stanford, Art Contest she war a m.mberoltheFutur. interest groups.Club .
Ky. and Winter Haven Homemakers of America, membera and guests
The bride wore a beautiful Winners GuestsOf Science Club, Future Teacher were entertained with a flannel-
gown of silk organza with a of American and the Glee Club. graph by Mra. Harold V. Tru-
bouffant skirt over cllk taffeta. AAUWSpecial She attended Florida State University tant and a piano selection by
The skirt which swept Into a for one year, and fctw Mrs Fred A. CreaL
,t ' chapel train, was appllqued with guests at the final Florida Presbyterian College The door prize was won by
\\JS cascades of Alencon lace The dinner meeting of the American Mr. Lippert attended Bartow Mra. A, P. Lohkamp and Mrs
fitted bodice was designed' with Association of University Schools and la employed by the F. W. Carrier was honored with
a Sabrina neckline, a-nbeW hed Women this week were the Florida Forest Service the birthday gift
with lace, and long sleeves. winners of the art contest at Plane are being made for a
She wore a match'ng crown the high school: Margaret July 23rd wedding In the Asbury
of cryttal and pearls which held Norman, David Okula, Barbara Methodiat Church of Bartow. MISS MARILYN KELLEY
her bouffant veil of French II. Boyd, Robert Hunter, Straight from a stockbroker'scloset
is the neat charcoal and
lusion. She carried a cascading and their teacher, Mrs. Richard
v h arrangement! of orchids, stephanotla Dantzler Presbyteers Hear Dr. Lenfesty DAR Holds white Berin pin-striped fashioned cotton Into a Harvey smart

and variegated Ivy. The winning pictures in the
suit and blouse ensemble. The
Miss Geraldine Ann Kern was contest, which was sponsoredby Dr. Fred Lenfestey was the heart or mind might think So, Election Of fitting jacket has notched
maid of honor for her sister the local AAUW, were dis guest speaker of the evening "the right word at the right easy lapels overlayed with a shawl
and wore a charming pink floor played Buddy Simmons, Glen- when the Presbyteers held their time" I. most important. New Officers collar of white cotton pique. The
length silk gown with a controlled da Grist, Judy Peacock and monthly dinner meeting at the Hosts for the evening were undercover scoop la a fitted,
skirt, taffeta long The blou- Susan Tetreault who also re First Presbyterian Church. Mr and Mrs. Duaine Whitmer. Mra. David Wright, Put Organizing double-breasted vest of white
son bodice was sleeveless and celved awards, were unable to Dr. Lenfestey spoke on the Chairmen, and assisted by Mr, Secretary General of cotton pique, bare armed and
featured a portrait neckline and Mrs Drexel Dennl. Jr,. Ponce DeLeon ChapterD.A.R.,
attend the dinner meeting subject of Junior Colleges, with snipped short at waist level.
sprinkled with tiny daisies. She Mrs George Costello, past emphasis on the new Polk County and Mrs Del Lawson Dr. and Installed the new officers at
wore a matching cabbage rose Junior College This school Mrs. Howard Lucas, Mr. and the regular meeting of the group
-- -- -- -.--- with silk illusion veil and carried president for, installed the the new officers is planning to offer both college Mra LUte Davis, and Mr. and held this week at the Woman's r GRADUATIONSPECIAL I
MRS. WILLIAM W. ROCHESTER a bouquet of pink roses coming year. and vocational courses. He Mra James Haley Club.
Mrs. W. R, Graham
They
are:
and white carnations. added that although it is called Guests for the evening were Those Instilled for the com-
Charles A. Bevefocqua of president; Mrs. Fred a day-school, meaning without Mr. and Mrs. James Venrlck. Ing year Include Mra. James
I Carrier, vice president, Mrs. A. Grover, Regent Mrs. Clark
Pittsburgh, Pa. served as best ; dormitories, they do hope to ; ALL.Boxcd
Hospital NewsWEDNESDAY'S man. Ushers were James C. W S. Dunn recording secretary have special courses at night. Davis, Vice Regent; Mrs.Clay-
;; Mrs. Marlon Johnson, ton Smith, Chaplin; Mra. C.!, Notet
Burt, Edge wood, Pa. and Rob- All classes are offered for credit
ert A. Wenston, Pittsburgh, Pa corresponding secretary and but single classes may be tak Rainbow Girls Rallford, Recording Secretary; MONOGRAMMED
ADMISSIONS Infant daughter Mrs O. J, Joy A reception was held at the Mrs. F. J. Alexander treas en for pleasure or noncredit Mra. Earl Baum, Registrar;
Winter Haven ner Mrs, E. W. Ktffer, Mrs. University Club Dr. Lenfestey urged his II.. Hold Session Mrs. Norton Agey Historian; for
Paul Gary, Mrs. Vera Mae Franklin II. Kelly and Infant urer.Members present were Mesdsmes teners to encourage students Mra. E. R, McKenney, Auditor.
The Woman'a Club Chorus
Pitts, Mrs. Willie Foster, Miss son Mrs. Keith L. Moody, Waiter J. R Buckler, Henry to take advantage of this higher a musical 49c .
Grace Harvey, Mn. Cecil Lawrence L Morrison, Walter N. Nor Mr. and Mrs. Joe Higgins, Dillard, J. F. Owens, Herbert educational opportunity lie Miss Jean Van Arsdall presided presented The Past President's program.Pin waa ..
Mrs. Danny G. Fansler, rls, Mrs Hagan Parrlah, Mrs. J, VanArsdall A S. over the first
Mr. and Mrs. John K Mitchell Lett., W. followed his program with a meeting presented by Mra.Davis to Mrs.E. .
pre. Herman Lofton, Miss Sue George Smith Miss Sabrina and Mr. Virginia Woten attended Sanderson. L. T Swift, Walter questlon-and-answer period, and of the new season of the Order Garrison Wood.
Buckles, Mr. Roy L. McBrayer Turbyflll, O. E. Watkins the Beta Sigma Phi Convention Parker, W. L. Saltsman, Jerome his audience reiponded with enthuslam. of the Rainbow for Girls, held
Halnea City this weekend at Clearwater Klump Harold Nordby Tuesday evening at the Masonic
Haines City Mrs. Kenneth W. Adair, Mat Beach They represented XI John H Phillips, Pauline Cordon Mrs. James Blackwood gave Temple. How Do You Choose A Kindergarten?
Mrs. James A. Barber, Mr. tef Danny hall\ Lambda Chapter. From Beta Misses Phyllis Smith, the devotional, entitled "The
Viola Huffman, Charlie Halgler. Aubnrndale Chi Chapter were Mr. and Mrs Evelyn Hughes, Leila Sebrmg Gift of Words" Using passages Other line officers who will 1, CIRTIFIED TEACHER WITH A FLORIDA TEACHING
Waverly Mra. Jeanette Johnson, Lawrence Dan Mann and Mr and Mn,.. Louise Karpinski, Llndy Brady from the Bible as references, serve with Mlsa Van Arsdall CIRTIFICATI.
Lonnie Allen L. Snook. t Bob Hill. and a guest Miss Grace she laid word. express the parson Include MIll Glenda Stewart, 2. SMALL CLASS.
St. Petersburg Eagh Lake Straight. regardless of what the Worthy Associate Advisor; 2. UNIVERSITY STANDARDS FOR LIARNINtt MOGSAM.
Mrs. Frank G. Kleinfeld. Mrs. Andrew Juhasz, Mrs Miss Jane Hayman, Charity; ONLY
Lake Wales Aaron Orrlck Miss Elaine Rabe, Hope and
Mrs. Ferman R. Jones, Mrs. Lake Alfred Miss Linda Helnly, Faith
W B. Mann, Mrs. Arland Slack William McKee. Merry Moppets KindergartenHAS
Miami Bartow Announcement was made u,..
Lewis Trasport.Auburndak. James Olom. I the Grand Assembly will be held ALL THREE REGISTER NOWI
i In Jacksonville on June 21-24. CY J.JUZ or CY 4.1280

Mrs. Randall Sander, D. G. .-,HOUSEHOLD IIINTS
Cotton, Roger E Parker.V. A Ironing board cover fits -- -- -
Eagle Lake snugly when put on while damp.It .
Mn. Charles Potston. stays smooth and clean longerif
Davenport dipped In a medium solutionof
Samsonite Silhouette
Master Flo/d Stewart, Mr. starch before being stretched
P R, Nunley. on the board.

Master Charles Frostproof Adams, .Sift powdered sugar quicklyand The Luggage Gift That Sets The Pace for LuxuryFOR
Tampa easily by brushing it
Mrs. Robert T. Oxford. through the sieve with a long "
WEDNESDAY'SDISMISSALS bristled paltry bru h.

Attach a short curtain rod to \ ..
Winter Haven HIM
FOR HER
Mrs. Annie M. Bissett. PaulGranqulat the back of baby's high chair "a &
Mrs. Elvin Gratton, Hang bib and damp washcloths '
Mrs William N. Hodges and on It. For Any Gift Occasion

. 1'

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I J ,. The .icly.lvt Samteiiite loch

__ Silhouette Is the gift fist.paced are hi......, went eatek .*
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r si the Ills w.',. biding Sllhou- .Rytliinf. The h.t.fi:.r. ir*
AME]! CANDIDATE IS ENTERTAINED site nays you'rs elegant That ....1,.... for wrinkle-bee

\r the ones you glee It to art s r cacti ing. Fr hen OifordftrcV .
Wallace Storey and his wife, second from left, were entertained here this weekend special Every lint It mijnificintly D.*., WI;.., li...y..
with a tea .held at the Jaycee Clubhouse with Mrs. Irving Wheeler, left, trim And It stays (hit way Hut, V.Mti.n Sad. Willow
and Mrs. Robert Wolf, right, at ho.t...... The event was held so that all Inter because these handsome easel For him OiUrcl. Cry, Deep
onLadies' sated residents of the area could meet Mr. Storey who Is a candidate for StateRepretontatlve art made with scuff-mlitint, ...

Group 3. textured finishes and strong
lightweight magnesium framtt


Dress Shoes Mrs. BlasdellTo Now You Can AffordTo 26" Pullman . $42.50

Two-Suiter .
Be Head $42.50
21"0'Nite . $27.50

Vacation SchoolThe Own An 24" Companion 132.SO Week End Case 25.00

Plus/ many other styles
Beauty Case . $25.00

Lake Presbyterian Hamilton Church Community ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING ro choote from All prices plus fax


will hold Vacation Bible School a .
r June\ 8-12 from I a.m.--Noon.Mra. .
Carlton Blaadell hat
been appointed to direct the
achool. The theme for this years
school will be "Travelling

Cod'a Highway" ,
The following have been recruited ..v
aa teachers: Mra. Hoi
Coffins and Mra. Bruce Martin
Nursery, ages 3-4; Mrs Ronnie o
Johnston, Beglnnera 8-8; Mra. O
Buddy Rogers, Primary, gradea 3
1-3; Mra. Ethel Bell Juniors\ .4 ,
grade 4-6; and firs Leon
Wacaser, Jr. High, grades '-/. k y'aN
Mrs. Frank Lundln will be 1 1L.,[
All the summer colors you n..d, the Orgmnlat; Mra. Gladys Con wy4F.ill
will be In charge of the Attendance -
now at a specially reduced/ pric.lYALUES !
Records; Mrs. George
Black and Mra. Walker Sexton ," t
TO S12.tS will serve the. refreshments ,

AveJUMele. The. original oil paintings from the easelsof

Hleh er MM Meek. aspiring young artists el [seeps depict

WHITI PATENT Now $ New Arrivals variety of subjects. AH are beautifully Perfect Gift for. .

WHITI CALF 688 framed and ready to enhance the decor of
LACK PATENT Only GRADUATION
home. See themin
lONE CALF Mr. and Mra. Ned M. Jehfr your
aGe are the parents of a sos our display
lONE PATENT born at 4-46: a.m. today in the Of
Winter Haven Hospital. The baby OWN YOUR OWN $2495 Try it for your own

weighed in at seven pound. ORIGINAL FOR JUST Vacation Fun'
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A seven pound fourteen ounce
son was boreat. 1-32: a.m. yea THORNTONFURNITURE
terday in the local hospital to

Mr.Davenport sad Mrs Fooale hisses of CO. JOHN BOLAND HOW.

BelkLilldsey 8p.I and Mrs. Diaay Faailer
announcing the birth of a
daughter are 'at 1'M p.m. yesterday Wlwr "-" '..*,.1 ......... ....., c..,.... WI GIVE $*H GRKN STAMPS
in the local bos ,ItaL The baby 12 FOURTH ST, N.W CY J7JSSMiss
; III POPE AT!.. N.W. Aare* Ire. ........ Or Pert
SHOE SALON P_ weighed in at six pounda and
fourteen ounces



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Around The Town



flee George L. Greene Receives Masters Degree I l



Of particular interest to Lake Alfred reeidente and Winter Haven friends

i. the announcement that George Little Greene am of Mr. and Mrs Frank T.

Greene of Lake Alfred., has received hu Matter's Degree in Philosophy from

Florida State University and ia now completing his first year toward hit Ph.Din

Economic at the University of California at Berkeley, Calif.He .


was graduated from the Pythian Sisters and Knight Mr. and Mrs C. R. Whartoa a
Winter Haven High Sehool. of Pythias and families recently have returned to Nw Jettey
Clan of 57, and attended enjoyed a covered diah fried fee the summer after a winter
Yl'J Florida State University; received chicken sapper in toe K of P. and spring vacation In Winter
his BS Degree in Hall. Motion pictures were Haven.
Mathematics in '81, and was shown by Mr. and Mrs Gerald 'I
Associate Professor of Phi. Priest Fishing from the rs'I'
scene Mr. and Mrs. George Flack p
losophy at FSU for two
years. Kisaimmee River and huntingin Jr. are leaving today for Hollywood 1
He will
return to Winter Ha.
the Everglades were shown \ where they will attend
ven soon for his marriage to
the State Lions Club Conven ,
Mill Barbara Carroll Brog- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swift ,, 1y :
den on June 27th, after which tion. Mr. Flack will be representing A11-
the young couple will return to and children of Miami will return the llslnei City Lions
Saturday to spend the
+.r California to make Club. t
their residence
weekend with the
former's
:
par.
Ph.D in while Economic he completes his cola, Mr. and Mrs A. F Swift. Mrs. James W. Ownbey Jr. ,
1. The Swifts visited here for several it here from Tripoli Libya fora ,, i..i1

Xi Lambda Chapter of Bet West days Coast before for a going eek'i to vanes the visit with her parent, Dr. ': 1
Sigma Phi Sorority will meetat and Mrs F W. Weniel She ..
off eight p.m. tonight in the leisure tkm.U plans to remain for another
Federal'Savings month. BETA CHI CHAPTER
room of First P. Bergeron former resident -

the Tampa and Loan Electric iiistrad Leisure of in was taken seriously ill Mrs A. (Uagi Parrish was Them officers will! lead! Bet Chi Chapter members during the coming year. I
Room as previously announced. while vacationing In the I and Is now dismissed yesterday from the Left to right, Mrs. Bob Wolf, first vice preiident; Mrs. Ed ,Pabor second via
a patient Veteran's Hospital
Pam Janlct, new State Baton Twirling Champion in Durham. N C Mrs Winter Haven Hospital president; Mrs Bob Hill, president, and Mrs. Lynn Mannix, recording secretary

Bergeron Is staying at the Duch
I Mr and Mrs. E Hugh Swel tat Motel In Durham during her Mrs F-dythe Blair Mn Chapter Holds Installation
She's State Champion are in Clearwater this weekend hiMband'i sickness. The B rgeroni Clara Weber, Mri Mary Ham- New In day and evening ae-
attending the annual convention have made their homein merle and Mri Luis Smith attended signs It a group of puckered
Lakeland the several the three-day state Mri Bob Hill has been Installed Bob Hill. Bob Wolfe Dan Mann cottont-lightweight prints and
of the Florida Wholesalers As put
months convention of the Grand Cooti- al president of Beta Chi James Dixon Keith! Ray, Bill solids elasticized for texture and
sociation at the Jack Tar Har
Thirteen year old Pam Janke, ette Club of Florida this weekat Chapter of Bell Sigma Phi Snyder Ames Lowe, W. E easy movement,. Used In a collection
daughter of Mr and Mri Carl- Wahneta Mothers t rijon Hotel the Florida Motor Hotel in Sorority Lacey, Bob McKown Roy liar. deilgned by Pembroke
ton Janke, 100 South Lake Florence man Lei Dunson Jack Cowan, Squires the puckered cottons
The delegates were
Drive, li a mighty happy Group Plans entertained Tampa. at Busch Gardens Other new officer Installed Irving Wheeler Ed Tabor, Ed appeared In bright calico prlnti
lats And wen the should be. at the teml-monthly meeting Wilson Lynn Mannlx, EdThrudgil pastel greon and white black
of the
This put weekend, the became Sale MondayOn during one afternoon held at the Ridge Federal SavIngs \ and Bob Wlndhtm and white and black
Mrs Hammerle was
baton twirling champion for the event and Loan were: Mrt Dub
-- - - - - - -- - ----
state of Florida She nosed out Monday morning, the 1. elected state chaplain Mri. Volfe, first vice president; MnEd
aeveral contestants who were Wahneta Mothers Club oWl Leah Fokea of Jacksonvillewas : Pabor, second vice president II. ' :\I..... *' .
yean older.Competing. Iited with the WahneU Girls seated aa state presidentfor ; Mrt Bob McKown, extension 7 :.j-{ )-' '
Club, will have a rummage the coming year officer: Mri Lynn Man t.
in the Florida aale in front of the Davis nix, recording secretary Mrs ri.SUMMER .
State Open of 1964 In Miami, Super Market in Eloise 4. 1l Mr. and Mrs. James A. Jack Cowan, corresponding see
Pam came out first with a Graver are at their home In retary and Mri Bill Snyder. -
beautiful trophy Inscribed Any one who hat any contribution '1 Litchflrld, Conn for the sum treaiurer ANNUALS,, A..

"Queen brought of borne Twirling"another. She trophy aim saleable items of clothing wishing or to other help mer monthiMr A program on "Literature" t' ;x..,.,..... .......-&W..

from the Florida State Open, raise necessary funds for and Mrs. Cary Bond was given by Mrs Cowan She : CeI.... C...... DeW''", Mad- .
declaring her the winner In her maintenance of the Girls Club Mr and Mri Cary Bond and stressed the value of National tf pfd. ,........ ....... T_'", .
age group. This, she received may call Mrs. William Dix, tti4 m t Mn. Claude Bond, all of At- Library week and its emphasis IIasie..d. v
before her final competion when telephone Cy 4.276and arrangements lanta, Ca. are among the out. on reading for tail enjoyments seer., esq. S. 49c
to pick them up expected for and education
the became state champion. I of town guests
will be made. S the wedding Saturday of Mill Members attending were Mesdames Doty Farm & Garden Supply
Pam, a seventh grader at Mrs Dix has for the past Anne Bond and Julius Wind Mason Wines Jeff Gain
Denison Junior High School, and nine months served as presi hsm. ei, Scott Boland, Bernard Fa Iff SIXTH IT. t.W. 252/721
a member of the Rebel Band, dent and each Monday afternoon ton, Tom Thayer, W Sam Dunn,
i1a \ ------- ----
has won eighty-seven trophies has taught the little girls -
and thirty-eight medal from in a sewing elm Enough
contests in Michigan, Wisconsin, quilt patches were made readyto a
Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, New assemble into a colorful MAIlER
York, West Virginia and Flo quilt and each girt\ was allowed -
to take home embroidery f

rida.The youngster, who moved classes accomplished The goal at of her the tell what to look for
here with her family two years '.Mothers. Groumaow 11 .to Interest cay you ,
ttHrUnrtV the '
ago started age an organisation to help .t.tin
of four She 1i aU6 fluted injhe buy a lot on which to builda t
"Who't Who in Baton Twirling clubhouse of their own witha Early A merican
and :
Included is a picture play yard large enough for
biography of Fam all kinds of activities i


Thursday May 21, 1964 Page Nine


MRS. TOM AGERTON, left and Mrs. Sid- OLD COLONY
from lilY'I I. Carter were among the models of fashions
from the Sun Dial Shop yesterday when the
monthly ladies day luncheon was held at the
The store with everythingfor Lake Region Yacht and Country Club. One hundred .

and twenty-five ladies f enjoyed the event
the young Lady'sGraduation

Pythian Sisters Hold Session + t

The Put Chiefs Club of the Mrs Grace Rohde, Mri. F M.
Pythian Sister met this week Moore and Mri. Mary Taylor.
at the home of Mri. P. A. Those attending were Mti
Gerke. dames Nick Rouboa, F M. S
,
The membership voted I cash Moore, B. Casey, Grace Rohde, >d t ti
donation of thirty dollars to be Sam Fanning B. Danleli, J.
All Summer SportswearBlouses given to the Polk County As- Miller, Jamei Huntley, ..
locution of Retarded Children Hampton L. H. Brown and the er
Skirts, all length In Lakeland. hostess, sir ,a '
Games were played during the Mri. Huntley and Mri Fanning -
Pants from Jamacia to tapered evening. Prizes were won by were misting hostesses. a..,.,

slacks, except cailina



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for the high quality of the like of Old Colony. If you've a bedroom

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Glowing Mail : ''' f" Revs. Harnish, Dehoney Increase In power the trend on engines new toward ears.available high-horse aaoptions

HorsepowerUps "The association U now engaged -
la some research to dewlap
Elected Leaders InsuranceNEW a method to more properly
Box Baptist
UndergoesTrial reflect III the premium I the
YORK (UPO--The increase hmsard of these hlfb-powered
tr In horsepower la MW
automobiles Dekker said.
TtANTIC CITY N.J. (UPI A New Ramer, Colo., native model ears may torce an Increase -
TestsWASHINGTON Dr J. Lester Harnlch of who holds degrees from Vanderbllt In Insurace premiumsbeau -. .
Portland, Or*.,today wit elected and the Southern Baptist of the danger posed by Hf.K/.IV 1)0NEW
:' president of the American Seminary Dehoney succeeds the more powerful auto, an Insurance YORK 'UPI'' West
(UPI) --The I f a Baptist Convention ABC. Dr. K. Owen White of Houston, expert warned Wednes Berlin hotel registration! Increased -
Post Office has come up with Wednesday night, the larger T.... In the SBC presidency.Sen. day.Nicholas 20 per cent In 1963 according -
a new mall collection box thai ""outhern Baptist Convention Hubert H. Humphrey,D-) Dekker,president of to the Beilln Tourist
glows In the dark-ln three patriotic SBC) elected the Rev. W. Mlnn., told the ABC Wednesday the National Automobile Underwriters Office. which reported that
colors, yet. 4x Wayne Dehoney of Jackson, night that passage of the civil Association, said insurance about 18 million overnightswere
Postmaster General John A, Term, Its new president. Both rights bill Is assured, but he companies were show booked In hotels during
Gronouekl unveiled the new /f v 5 conventions are In annual s.s- asked that church groups remain ing "Increasing alarm" over the year
stainless steel box Wednesday. lion here. mobilised on the race Issue -
He said It was !being considered Harnlsh, a native of Nova to seek an end to discrimi -xxxxx-------xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxtxxxstxxxx i-

as a replacement for the red, Scotia who grew up In Boston, nation. Once again, your Fuller Brush jdealers
white and blue boxes now in 1 t was picked unanimously on recommendation "Laws do not settle all problems -
offer the popular Instant
of the ABC's he said.IkHISII you
use.The new model Is battleshipgrey nomination committee to succeed D.C.W. It dusts, cleans and e

! and has a squared--off Harold E. Stassen. waxes your furniture to a beautiful iI!
modern appearance It also has The new ABC president Is a
red, white and blue stripes that 4w graduate of Wheaton, HI. College SISTERIIools lustre In just one easy
glow In the dark. and the Eastern Baptist NEW YORK VPl> The Order now and lave. op.ration'l
Postal officials said the new Theological Seminary and has National Federation of Temple
box would cost ISO, about twice paitored churches in Brooklyn, Sisterhoods bands together 2 cans Reg. Price
as much as the old box, but Philadelphia, Detroit and Los 110,000 Jewish women in more SPECIAL 2 for 2.7i
maintenance cost would be BOUQUETS FOR THE DIRECTORS-Th. cast of St Joseph School "Let There Be Angeles. than 600 Sisterhoods In the YOU SAYETT55DON'T :
practically eliminated. The Music" present Mrs. Georgette Layton and Mrs. Nadine Hoffman with flowers in appreciation Dvhoney defeated the Rev United States Canada and r
stainless steel model also holds of their efforts in the successful production of the annual school show From left, Theodore! Adams of Richmond, 'eight other countries Its program DELAY
twice as much mall and weighs Wynn Sigman, Barbara Backh.ron, Mrs. Layton, Mrs. Hoffman, Debbie Battles end Daniel Va., in a runoff election by a I Includes work on behalfof PkwM' New f.r June Delivery
service Brouiiard. vote of 40243223. Ten other the blind; religious education a
CY 3-1070 CY 3-7305
candidates, nominated from the I of youth, advancement of social or
corners. By United Press International floor, had been eliminated In Justice and efforts to Improve <1.1" tI..I."hi sew .vait.bl..lxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. ,.
Gronouski said the Post Office ALEXANDRIA, UA.R: Soviet Jewett Holds Lake Alfred PTA earlier balloting International understanding. ,
would put the new box Premier Nikita S, Khrushchev r
through a series of tests before
attacking Arab monarchies Final
deciding whether to InstallIt. Meeting SAVE YOUR HARD EARNED DOLLARS
In a continuing repartee
with UAR. President Carnal Mock DemoConvention Held TuesdayThe
Abdel Nasser on Arab unity:

SERIOUS PLAYERSEL last meeting of the year JET
PASO. Tex. (UPI-Two) "In Kuwait there lives a for the Lake Alfred Junior High SHOESWHY
checker player were recovering prince, an Arab and Moslem School PTA executive board
from stab wounds In He I la
today rich. You are headingwith was held in Haven Hotel Tuesday -
an Et Paso hospital. Police said unity with him because
followed by a luncheon given
Walter SO, and Baxter The Social Studies Department
Smiley you are Arabs and Moslem
Johnson, 53 made their game But I tell you It Is much easierto at Jewett High School outgoing by Mrs.president.Maurice Patrick, TRAVEL LONG DISTANCES TO SHOP WHEN WE OFFER TOP QUALITY,

ending moves with knives. swallow three gunny sack had Its mock Democratic National Those attending were Mrs. LATEST STYLES AND TRUE DISCOUNT PRICES RIGHT AT HOME?
of salt than to achieve unity Convention Tuesday In Wil
Richard Brumbaugh. Mrs.
SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN with a fellow like this . the gymnasium President 84 CYPRESS
liam Reaves, Mr*. Martin Williamson e
Lyndon Johnson was nominated Mrs Leon Ridley, OPEN SUNDAY 1 P.M. TO 6 P.M. S AY E > $ SOUTHEAST PLAZA GARDENS RD
In a landslide on the first
Mrs. Rudolph Hendrickson.

ballot.The temporary chairman, Mrs. David Garrett, Mrs. Char.. BOYS AND GIRLS SHOES Women's Summer CanvasWIDE
lea Tarjan, Mra. Forrest Johnson
William Atkins, conducted the
and Dr. Robert Hank
]IIARRILSGOOD opening Anthem session was sung Tie by National Miss Top Name Brands

Annette Darby The Pledge Court RANGE f
to the Flag was led by Star Supreme OF STYLES
Scout Brlggman McCloud.
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Jack Van Hart i Something In Prep Athletics New Benchwarming Twosome I




Winter Haven tr added Something Haven to prep High new athletic School.baa. at Or been.Win it Boost: Senators Red Sox I


will be added come spring of
the 1M443 school year! MILTON RiCHMAN!
By '
rei\ed his fourth 'tor when
\i< ) The Philadelphia Phillies regained
It.. an Interscholastic pro. I'M 8fH WriterSnmrlinus Dick Radatt hurled scoreless first place In the National .
GoicClubChamp gram for girls Including such the gu> < who are hall over thr \last two innings League with a 1.2 win
sports a* golf, tonal. and paid the least are the ones who Harmon Killebrew crashed a over thr San Francisco Giants

swimming The final goaheadto produce till'l pair of 400).foot homers to now- the St Louis Cardinals nippedthe
By BOB HAVILANDSport set up a committee was That wa precisely the cast er the Minnesota Twins to a T-/ Chicago Cubs, 1-0. the
Editor given tot night by high school Wednesday night. when John. win over the New York Yaa- Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the

Jack Van Hart, a Winter Haven beverage distributor, principal BUI Ortt In a meeting Kennedyoltt* Washington kea and the Baltimore Orioles Houston Colts, 4-3. the Milwaukee -
swept through four tough matcbei, including semifinal and jY with: parents of girls that Senators and Dalton Jones of downod the Kansas City A's Braves racked up the Cm
teal victories over two members of the powerhouse Blue J \ will participate In the planned the Boston Red Boa a pair of '.1. In the only other AmericanLeague cfcuiatl Reds T-J sad the Los
Devil golf team, for a blue ribbon finish In the Winter Haven program. bench-warmers who are workIng games scheduled. Angeles Dodger downed the
Golf Club Men's Championship Heading up the new committee for apfMimai Ute New York Met. 4-I.
The 52-year-old golfer worked his way to the top with lr + Is Louise Beauchamp. $T.OOO.a-y.ar mMmum. both KuMebrew'i 10th and llth
wins over Danny English, Dr. Bill Cottrell Timmy Wilbur The group's first tack will be came up with maximum performances Beymer Church, homer of the season plus rook.
and Danny Reynolds In that ,.. to raise $500 for support of the I Ie Tony Oliva's eighth raised
order Both Wilbur and Rep program Actually they have Kennedy given a chance at Lake Region WinLake the Twins' home run total to 61
noldi qualified with lower In the third night it was set their goal at Sl.OGO. shortstop only because regular in 32 games in their assault of

scores than Van Hart but In Werner Fischer over Terry The girls teams, supervised Kd Brmkman had lumped to Region and the all.time record of 140 set by
English 2 and 1 for the title ti rRw \ bladed two !homers and a Beymer
the end he had the game In by high school advisors will Memorial Methodist added the Yankees In 1961
the 38-hole finale he downed and Jim Lyncb over Rick compete with other prep tingle to drive In three run win to their season records Ralph Terry never got past
Reynolds, 4 and 2. Martin 6 and 5 for the consolation teams In the Western Conference and par the Senators Detroit to a 10.3 Tigers lilt night at Mercury Fieldin the first Inning and suffered his
crown. and tile state Also triumph over the Winter third defeat In four decisions,
In the championship consolation The next tournament on theagf.'nda they will participate in state League Haven Church Camllo Pascual brought his
consistent Fred Ar- at Winter Haven Golf championships.No Jones earned his letter with Lake Softball action record to 51 by striking out
rlngton was not to be denied Club is the club handicap limit have been set on the Red Sox In aimilar fashion Alfred Region 42 behind edged Lake nine and giving up eight hits.
even though lie witnessed a championships. Qualifying will I the number of girls that ran Named to the starting lineuplargely Tommy Wheeler pitcher Including a ninth Inning homerby
clutch hole.ln-ne on the part begin next week.BOWLING. belong to each team because of his pinch Beymer top. Johny Blachard.
of his opponent Coming Into three-run double in the ninth pod Jan Phyl 15-5. Milt Pappaa held the A's to
the final four holes Arrington'sfoe ABLE ASSISTANCE-fred Arrin gd able! inning the night before the 11tb.* first game, Warren five hits and breeied to his
winter ST LOUIS (UPI> St Louis
Jack Teslntky. aced the assistance in lining up a putt from Haven golf football ardinal i votrran offensive rookie second baseman, drovein Hammond and Jimmy Cite third victory when the Orioles
115-yard 15th with a nine Iron club mess champion Jack Van Hart Arrin won the the tying run with a keyicenth each recorded triples and erupted for five run In the
lineman John Ik! has
fart )user and art Bringer got a two-bigger.
notch the consolation and Van the club Inning double
to score They championship flight announced his retirement in a In the fifth Inning' off loser Diego Se
CITY .nUIF.K : second Lawn
finished even after the regulation LKAGIKW title in the recently completed tournament up the winning one in Boston's game gut and reliever Jack Aker
L letter sent to the b< :am slashed out
a ,
single
Los triple
the ,
. IS with Arrington winning Cypress Lanea 4 0 - 4.1 i victory over Age Drag Powell's seventh homer
the flight with a par on the Rays Raxaurant 4 0 If-. Angels. and single. capped the rally Willie! Kirk-
Budi Wrecker 4 0 .
first extra hole. Bank of Lake Alfred 4 0 The 22 yesrold Kennedy land had three of Baltimore's
Herron EHO I 0 ttarted Washington' Unit at. Set 13 hits Brooks Robinson droveIn
Also attesting!! to Testnsky's Old Timers I I lark with his first homer of the Plymouths three run and Luis Aparlclo
Wagner Comit I I
ace during the consolation Brawn Citrus I I game In the opening Inning off For World 600 stole three base
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finals was the club' assistant Crowaon printers I I liner Ed Rakow ((0-J), hit his
pro, Ernie Hussey. Marine Supply I I fir second circuit In the fifth at
In the seniors flight Mike Certified Merits Bread Metal I 0 I 4 the expense of Julio Navarro CHARLOTTE,, N {' (UPl-If)
Downs did Just that to K, R. Wolfe Mobile Homes 0 4 f1 and then singled horn another the opening time trials were AUTOMOTIVIREN.ACIMINT

Popham by a 5 and 4 count. Townaend Oowh Electric Lumber. 0 0 4 4 run during a five-run seventh any Indication, Plymouth are PARTSSALESMAN
W. W. Giddings topped Jim Federated Mutual 0 4 e 411 + after homers by Bill I Freehsn going to give the highflying
Perretty 2 and 1 in the seniors HlKh team aeries Cyprvaa and George; Thomas had narrowed Ford fits. In Sunday's World

consolation.Joe Lane. :3633Hltrh team game Old Timers the Tigers' deficit to 54. MM late stork car race Mans .''"'''* ,... 10,1."..< (let
Ganey beat Curley 89* yr Southpaw Claude Osleen reglitrred Jimmy P a r d u e of North !leap *..n( acme asSeS| whel...lul .
Pierce 4 and 3 In the first Hitch Individual aeries: Wayne Wllkesboro led a team of Impressive . puts A "MAN. Mars Is
nankins 664 his third win In seven an .".r......... .. i.ln ..gendinepee5r
flight final and Cliff Scott de. Hlth Individual same Ken MrCutrheon derisions with help from Tom PI y n> outh drivers. ,,,/v1 .,....1..11.. Illap
feated T. C. Newman Sand 222, Bid Van Dyke Ml 1t Cheney In the seventh Wednesday by nailing down the A.........". PS. S5.55 itiuS t. .555
H. Manaiu malts Seeds, unusual Mrtunlly,
2 In the first flight consola 2011.Wayne P. Ruth Hankliu:JUS.215.L Mums :JO]. t r Jones, who beat the Angels, pole position for the $111,000 Attractive ......"..11... plan.aenlna I .
tion.Jesse 41, tin Tuesday night with a rare In a record four.lap time limited. only ky, nun'sklllly
and aiareialvanass CantaatMr
Martin tripped Don BALL a rmiN: troi: pinch double off Don Iff, of 144 348 miles an hour over A.ki.r 40t Will Hansedall
Tripp 1 up for the second WL picked on Bob Lee Wednesday th* mil soil a half Charlotte 'iv*. kt. .*M s I 6 a *>,M. any k...,.
Beetles S3 I .. ,
flight championship and Anthony Wood Chopper M: 14 ri'k'ht' with the Red Sox trailing Motor Spfi-dway n. star
Votto won that flight's MEMS :M 14 > In the seventh
consolation bracket with a Sand Four K'. 24 1* lie drilled double with run. 3.3139-
2 victory over Dick Llchenwalter. The The In-Uwn 23 12 IS IS r y nerd on first and second to tie For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY
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Sports AwardsAt The Two Late CPa Pair For Dinner 12 10 10 2N an 311 "'.:mica rsu: hit h* worked during the and seven r* Bagwell Building Supply "Ifl, :;e g

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Assembly held at the high 2411. learn The In...*.. TROPHY PRESENTED Harry Miller, left prtnts
Hlch same
school Key Club Outstanding ftnt the championship trophy to Lucy Chambtlit .ttr she

Sportsmanship "Award!!! went'to T.I'M' : :iw Ae /** llss T' won the Harry} MiHer.'Rifl Match (latt wli..ftd/ at the IO DAYS ONLY!
awn athlete, a 7 Mops) Mi*. (_m..nD Kamm MT fang on Lake 'c1y'wilcl.' 'Allo shown I. Preston Duncanson
They were presented to Bob M. Brannen 49t )I. Clarklt 4... second in the tournament, and Talbert tauter, right, junior :
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Hollmeyer, football; Jimmy M MlvMunl' BAme. fm,'mI ch.mplon.Major.
Hough, track; John Swartz, tennis ""In", n, "a5 T> Kirkland ;t* $
: Chad Coff swimming Cor :J Wa. If A.l.mant. .. :J
M, i ul) a>4 T rn jni K u ft'"""
don Coppage basketball; Tony '<,.} .., ?non II Kiimm 1 Iwo A II<
Price, golf; and Bill :"llvey, M Aikn n if, m M i'i I 1" UM League Standings
baseball. "' ITS M Brannen iff


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DON'T MISS THESE SPECTACULAR BARGAINS.NO .

EXCHANGES-NO-REFUNDS-ALL SALES FINAL!
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REGULAR REDUCED FINAL SELLOUTPRICE REGULAR REDUCED FINAL SELL OU1
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Men's Sport Shirts $1.98 $1.49 99 Ladies' Hose 51 G:: SEAM.15.ftl.r 49c 47c 42
Men's Sport Shirts VALUES, $2.98 $2.37 S197 Lad-les' Dresses FAIL STYLES; $6.95 $3.00 $267
Men's Knit Sport Shirts.=rNK: $1.98 $1.17 99 Kitchen Drapery Clerirlh.P.tt.ra,WId. 69c 47c 39
Boys' Knit Shirts TO M SAWYER o.d $2.98 $1.67 S137Boys' Dress Materials 89c 59c 47
Sport Shirts TOM TULANE SAWYER and $2.98 $1.67 $137 Dress Prints COLORFUL COTTONS 59c 39c 34
Men's Casual Slacks $4.98, $3.47 $297 Ladies' Shorts and Cullottes $3.98 $2.37 $197
Men's Dress Pants Fo: 1 :;46: $5.97 $497 Ladies' Shorts 98c 77c 50
Men's Dress Pants ANCONTINENTALSD REGULARS $4.98 $3.97 S347 Children's Training Panties 19c 15c 2'.. 25
Men's Straw Hats STDRESSYLES $2.98 $2.67 $149 Face Towels VALUES TO $1.00 39c 27c 24
Men's Shorts SPS M.L SIZ S IN $1.98 $1.37 i 99 Ladies' Shoes SIZES L: FLATS $2.98 $2.67 $237
Boys' Sport Coats TO SAWYER: $21.95 $7.97 $697 Children's Dresses $1.98 $1.47 97
Men's Suits FLORIDAR: E IGHT $24.5Q s 16.77 S1295 Shift I Dresses LARGE O'z'IPATTERNS ASSORTMINT:: $5.95 $3.97 $198
Men's Walking Shorts Ww: $3.95 $2.67 $237 Ladies' House Dresses $2.98 $1.87 $167
Luggage (COMPLETE STOCK) 250. Ladies' Shoes F:a'HEE STS $4.99 $3.67 S297
Wranglers for Men $3.98 $3.67 $347 Maternity Dresses $4.98 $2.67 S237
Men's Shoes ALL SIZESS: S'&teC 12 ORS $12.95 $6.77 $497 Ladies' Dresses .:;r tti DRI: SES :;;: $5.00 S397
9x12 Rugs LIpd $6.95 $4.49 $397 Ladies' Blouses $1.98 1.37 97
Men's Shorty Pajamas $2.95 $2.47 $197 Boys' Cotton Pants $3.95 $2.67 $197
Boys' Pajamas $2.98 $1.97 $167 Ladies' Shoes : S T :L $2.98 1.67 s100
Men's Undershorts 48c 42c 39 Men's Sport Coats $16.95$12.95 S997


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Fourteen WINTER HAVEN DAY NtWS-CHlEF-WINTER MAVEN FLORID Thursday May 21 I 1964


.ia ..... Iirdland Decides TODAY'S GRAB BAG fewl ly MffH. frets IAMKY Writer Bryant HOlts WW\fWWtfWWW f ftftftfViJSrVAr


EVERYONE sr prrcuBURc (uw) _
TMf AfMWM, QtMCKIi. .SPOT IAMI-OWM {'TNI MAMI A ort WM ...... coaatal dofenae emcees who have
WHO WOULD Jazz Is StrictlyFor Who wrote. both 'TheCrlstf guns were teataaM aad a indicated a* .sparest. to .beMtof SUMMER
aA "Menard Carrel! a ..... of laxUnrnuna' tuaatata their OHM to florid wilbe ;
LEARNTO I. What tree la frequently and gallertee was earn from the guests of Gov Ferris Bryant AjNNUALS'A65& :
the BirdsBy used a* a symbol of niggedstrewftkT the lOUd tack Za IMS, taw ..- mod the Cooscil of 1W at a
PRAY land became the Amarioaaa':: anchor mtehaoii at the Florida paviUoa
he., ahas.toilsCei.
1 What officer of the U S i.
of defenee afataat the _
Now
at the York World's
GARY P. GATES Nary Diana Japan to foreign Japaneee but finally was Bur- Fair ..., Celeei. DehMe, MsvI. r
June 14, tt .
.
I'...... Pros International tmdolnUMT wu anaaaaesd TVS*
rendered. day by council cbairmae. Ra teM. Parr leca. SeMe TofwOe. !}
needs NEW YORK Bird. t. Wont what novel was the ,
Today the Wand la of
part W.
largo Greene it
motion patters, "Mirth of a N.- Today pot <.f fame is a 7 Baslesadsesy 47c
land U dead Long live Bird- an American legend Its Immovable
der." a m a l 11 l Inland approximatelythree 5ehsrs, I.e.Ng
!! this land 5. What Huroysate nation has miles wide five miles long cannon aWl pout the wrong CBS Television Network comecttan .
The time-honored Brttlshtoast way, shrapnel may be moped
Phil silvers made him
guarding the entrance to &
signifying the passing ol greatest population per a bay from the numerous shell hoIta.I debut Doty Farm Garden Supply
square mlle and city fought over for more Broadway In 1940 M the
I,
the last words' of
bookEvery Americana
the old order and the usheringIn many
than a thousand year.. captured mate lead In the revue Yokel 111 SIXTH ST, LW. 253.1131
of the new not only appltet. I 1 are still .legible on the twiI ."
IT HAPPENED TODAY i by the armies of four nmtloni Boy
I I nel Wall And, over
to Blrdland the world's moat I. evefytMng.
The Spaniards were the first .
On this date In 181, Clara -
wild orchids in profusion
celebrated jut club It also reflects 1 grow
conqueror arriving In 1511 to
Barton organized the first American
Name this spot of fame.
right UilnVer! knows that the steadily-widening rift Red I found a city In a land already
Cross.
God is, and wvits, so much, to between las musicians and !under UM rule of a Mohammedan. Inane( at bottom of eetanml INTRODUCING
approach Him intelligently night club owners rajah. They ruled for 300 years .
IT'S SEEN SAID I
through praye to commune Prom coast to coast lass has Hottiekftfing, in common, Is I until the Brltlah captured the TOUR FUTURE
with Him and to listen for His been In sharp decline as a nightclub I., women tile acUA..I city In int. The Treaty of Check tendencies! to extravagance
guidance. attraction ever since the I Part forced the return of the toward the opposite sex. the trend
JTetirefe ,
ultra-cool school of musicians, city to the Spanish in 17... Today's child will be a slave to
In the ant chapter., of Science whose general attitude towardthe I In the aecond 200 years of I fashion.
WATCH YOU LANGUAGEHEMACHROME
and Health with Key to the audience ranges from Indifference their reign, the Spaniard fortified -
CH( E E- the Island, making It almost in Gulf front
Scnpturas by Mary Baker Eddy to downright contempt, HOW'D YOU MAKI OUT
ma-ItronM--noun) the red coloring ,
;
impregnable. But. in iaM
there an inspiring and practical began to dominate the art forma 1. Winston Churchill, American
matter of theblood. Also an American naval force swept I
explanation of praye few years ago author.
spelled haemaehromeaORN Into the bay Ignoring the1aIMd'
80 much so In fact that the I 2. The oak Living
A number of guns completely and
great people, closing of a well-known lass 3. Commodore Perry.
TODAY destroyed the Spanish fleet they I
through the study ut this chapter club scarcely arouses a comment 4. 'The Clansman."
Acton Robert had bottled there.
have found needed health, one way or the otheranymore Montgomeryand ,.. up i 1. England.
Raymond/ Burr, linger In I Under American rule, the

bermon"aupply Science and Health and_may being be But Blrdland'! Well when nit. Day o Wand wu greatly atrengthened. I nddlll'lcl, 'lx5 WiIUJ(' OPIJN.K"Dr>a1g Iq 5400 GULF DRIVEANNA

Blrdland decides to desert the
read or examined, together with
old cause, that's something else
the nl'welt.nd most progressive
the Bible, at Chri.llanScience
any again Named for one of Jan's sounds
Reading Room. Or H most exalted heroes the late Instead of progressive jar / MARIA ISLAND
I 7Jz wll
may be purchased at H and great saxophonist. Charlie musicians the club has startedto !

"Bird" Parker the Broadway headline singers from the .
CHRISTIAN, SCIENCE bistro has been known for the pop. rhythm and blues fields Condominium ownership

READING ROOM pant 15 years as the Jszi Capita and even, of all things. an occasional
Corner Second St. ) of the World comedian One. and two.bedroom apartments
Thr' proprietor of Blrdland Why the drastic: change'
& Ave. B, N.W ,t must be explained have not "I've had U," explains club 1 Fin. pool
rxartly slammed shut the doors manager Oscar Ooodstcln aman V, .. .
HOURS 1M Daily Except : Q .
id abandoned the pirmUea who personally U devotedto : .
Sunday li Holidays Bt 'i 1,1 dark! ri, Hat P| no longera Jazz and who helped to 0 .. ...... low maintenance and good financing

t ha" n for sari buffs who dig launch the careers of such pro. . . .
: 0 On. block end medical
to shopping
trmlve arttnU as trumpeter lUPlTER :
o .h'-l . ...
Art Blakey and pianist Bud setue M'' . .. .. :.. canters, yacht club and marina

Powell I O.5NY5 . ."
i
r According to Ooodnteln., ) ..finis.awro... : : " w Furnished modelt open daily
and '
Broadway x high rents general

Than Fri. a Sat. Only overhead no longer can Space travel will affect man's What a difference a day makeson
support a Jazz club. And most VISIT OR CONTACT
concept of time! While an the planets Mercury and
the audiences, in -
Important recent
astronaut on Mara grows two Pluto I A year i ii just 88 days
have been staying
years in drovesOoodateln years older, for example, hig long on Mercury-but a yearon LARCHMONT DEVELOPMENT CORP.
WEEK-END SPECIALSTATE away brethren on Earth will be Pluto equals 90,48-1.81 dayson
believes the main aging nearly twice M fact! Earth I .. O. BOX 1152, HOLMES BEACH FLA.
reason why jazz Is losing Its
- - - - - - -
night club audience except II:

BRAND for the 'Inside cultists who
gather In tiny, smoke-filled coffee
house-type lolnts Is because

6.5.5 FERTILIZERFor artlstt of who,what, either he calls Ignore"Icebox their WMSmW UP qUITE AJAIE!
!
(
listeners or treat them with I ITAKE

lofty disdain l1"Bn bC
"Look at It this ".f" said &
Lawn & Shrubbery Ooodtteln "A guy and his wife /.SI'JINT

amount drop In and here of then dough shell discover for out entertainment a certain they're.


being treated like gate crashersat .
- -
0 W
50-LB. c a snooty wedding Is It any "
OF OUR LOW LOW :
wonder, they don't come back? ADVANTAGE

BAG Jazz musicians: meanwhile, PRICES . SAVINGS ON G.E. APPLIANCESFOR ::7W'EJdib.' /
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are drifting farther and fartheraway ( '
(Limit 200 Ibt.) from the Intimacy of clubs THE NEXT THREE DAYS. 1., 'i.'JjY'I ,

and toward the formalized netting . .
of the concert hall

A representative from this Whate\er else It Is. jag is an TOP QUALITY FREEZING CONVENIENCE . .

Improvised and spontaneous art at budget price! Holds up to 420 pounds of .
will be at Grants all Form which gets It vitality and
company of floor
minii,
nspliellon from the Intimate food. Requires a turn space.

day Saturday to answer any 'i\"' and- take between artist One sliding basket for storage convenience r-=-
+nut' listener

lawn care problems. Man observers feel that If
ia2 becomes confined to the =
'onreit stage and the recording FREEZER
tudlo It cannot help but be- i s
;rx' (;'RN: ; CO'., ome sterile and decadent

And If that should happen I I
SOUTHIAIT PLAZA CTNtSt OAaDINS ID. the funeral note will be sounded SALEThe l't
Jazz Is dead MODEL M75I

1 food It your GENERAL ELECTRIC
i Investment . the

Spell It With o AnOnMay26 X !l I freezer prot.ction.TOP QUALITY li your. Blue" TV 9995"Daylight



FREEZING
Produces whiter whites, sharper

CONVENIENCEAT contests, better defined picturei. ,
A BUDGET '

BUDGET PRICE! NO MONEY DOWN UP TO 36

\ .' MONTHS TO PAY ON THRIFTYCITY'S
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$18988
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Earnest D. "Bud" DixonFOR MODEL JI11 $126TLlPm'lem WT






Clerk of the Circuit CourtA ( alum




A thought worth thinking about . LAKELAHD W1NTER HAVEN

ore" Mo"nave ,._.....,. ".,_., a aM Tus e P. I
Only Bud Dixon has pledged to abolish the "..cr.ti.." fee fug easy. meant 50A T, MTus Say 5 AN TI5 P.

system and place this 'Important office on an open budget

operation. TOYS I HCU,WARES 1 KITCHEN UADGCTS 1 GARDEN SUPPLIES HARDWARE S HOBBY SUPPLIES FuOOR CARES

GREETING CARDS S GIFT WARE SMALL APPLIANCES S JUVENILE FURNITURE CAMERAS FILM SUPPLIES

I FISHING TACKLE t LUGGAGE I BEAUTY AIDS S SPORTING GOODS 1 SUNDRIESPeg.

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: May 21.! 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS.CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLOR.OA. Page "frt, ..n
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BANKNOTES . . . . . by. Mares

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1 1 14 'Y A COMNaCTiCUT\ : BANK IMOa MO I'M VWIWAiN
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I-= ::: =- .:' *to o A+ alOMp iv 'HIVtTM t1REytN*TNi ELT 1OWNNtK0 A Raefi MOT WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY? KEEP YOUR EYI ON GRANTS
II i PDuINNa.>w ADIX wee M.a4TSa1AIE
I now 4*MCHM THICK AT INB WAK AND
\;" > >M? THICK AT TMf aee t ROUM THiCOICWTI

\ .K C1SARIV WMAN e.1QIIt..N RIM KfcXaSt till 0MAiK WHICXCOUP "
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to asf IT*CUCWMCM Auve ,
AND Wf U.,A CHICAGO SANK

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MM,A CAN OF TMREtEVtERMNCV !
FIRST FURK AID KIT,.AND A y'"P even lower during this exciting {White{ Sale!

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$ MODERN FARMS NEED.ROOlCTIONCREpII
TO FINANCE THf IR OPERA'
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TO FARMERS AND RANCHWM,


prFlorida's r ". X Ia '

Weather \ ,r A Manic value



.

And News Of CropsWEATHER GRANT MAID* WHITE


SUMMARY Clear sunny skies with slightly PERCALES. 1
Warm days with abundant sun- below normal temperatures
shin and cool night prevailed prevailed In all areas on Sat 72x108" 1.
In all areas of the State duringthe urday and Sunday. Sale
first five days of the week. FIELD CROPS: Soil moisture GET 2 FOR ElasticizedTwin ,
Temperatures ranged from in north and west Florida Is generally Fitted
dally highs in the high 80'. adequate. Some south ft'
to early-morning lows In the central counties need more ONE lOW PRICE I
REGULARLY 2.29 /e
low and middle 60'. In all areas rain. Corn Is making good
during this period. Cooler air growth and some has been E ...'
.
lald-by". Replantingcontlnues e Silky.smooth,188"count combed cotton
moved into the State late In the
week and dropped temperatures where damaged by floods.Some bleached snowy white 81x108" or Elasticized Double I Fittede
9 to 10 degrees In the north fields have pale color but warm Grants-own 2.17
ern areas during the last two weather and nitrogen will Improve Made ettpccially for Grants by some REGULARLY 2.49 Sal.
days of the week.Ci.neral.bow- condition. Side dressingis
ers fell In all areas as the active. Cotton stands are GRANT MAID of the country's leading mills 42x38" Percale Pillow Cam
cooler air moved southward spotty from heavy rains. Some
across the State on the 14th replanting continues. TobaccoIs AT e Lab-tented for wear and wanhalnlity REGULARLY 2 for 129. Salt 2 for 1.07
and 15th. Showerawere heaviest In the 4 and S leaf stage, t PILLOWS
along the southeast coast and and growing well after rain ; c e Fitted shorts Sanfori7ed..elas
are
damage earlier. Scattered har -
accounted for all the reported
rain In the State during the week. vest of shade tobacco has begun. timed at both ends for nose of han-
Peanut planting continues. filing and wrinkle-free fit. -"- 'ii.
Early fields are up and growing.
Small grain harvest has started. t OI1rti
20 Yields of wheat will be A. BUOYANT FOAM-FILLED.
GALGARBAGE
adversely effected by septorla I
blight. Pecan set Is spotty, Sale 2 1.88 =
CAN light crop Is expected In some for <1' "
areas Soybean planting li BIO ICONOMY BUY FABULOUS ,Y"
starting /
LIVESTOCK AND PAS- 100% shredded urethane foam, floral print cotton ,?" -w;., ) / /
TVRE&: Futures throuEolalFlorida ) . cover.yygijfljCjjuwi-allergeme! 18 x 24" cut size BUY !I .' '.. ., '
Improved and are now ) "' "
SALE'Retails providing considerable grazing.A s t; cis r.
few counties In south central 1. CONVOLUTED FOAM CORI. ,1
.
Florida need more rain for good '
pasture growth. Cattle have responded Sale 2 fo,4.54 ee6I
to Improved grazing 2037..
commons and are generally in
good condition. Calving continues REGULARLY 2 for $S ,

In north and west Florida, Convoluted; lets cool air circulate. Zippered, cotton __ 1 : J ,
a
but Is about complete In central
and south Florida. Spraytngand broadcloth cover 18 x 25 5VT cut size. DECORATOR 1.j v 1 : a e.'e
marking cattle continues. Some
early calves have been sold
CITRUS Groves are being C. 100% FORTRIl' FIBERFILL BEDSPREADS IN
kept In very good condition. t ,
Scattered rains In parts of the Sale 2.6.88 1 ,
eastern Interior and east coast ..*... WASHABLE CHENILLE a 1 ,4 1 si ,
were beneficial. Other treat REGULARLY 3." EACH
received very little to no rain i
and Irrigation Is widespread Hypoallergenic, mildew-resistant polytster. Multistripe Machine washable. preshrunk, "
Temperatures In the high Ws cotton cover Super-plump 21 x27" cut size tumble dry, need no ironing I
and low Ws Increased moisture r NO :irs...
loss through transpiration.The e Choice of all cotton wavy chenille. NO AKDS.

up to 3.29 ing excellent new crop size fruit for I*this attain time pp.r _%( Ia +K4q or on vine-one cotton I burking rayon W"'ailiurtl Sale I 2 0 0 NO IUTS...

of year. Although shedding of
new crop fruit has been heavy eyi e Fresh white and Spring| pastels urosun.e susarue
This Week Only In some groves, fruit set on e In double and twin bed ale SPECIAL PURCHASE N IMS Memr SMS
oranges and grapefruit continues -
to be generallysbundant.
Reports of light sets on tangerines
tangelos, and templesare
99 numerous.
Grantt-oicn
Caretakers are active spray.lug -

LIMIT ONE) fertilizing.The for specific. Infestations GRANT MAID 'ROSE CLUSTER'BATH .JMij

late type orange harvest M
continues at a moderate rate MAT SET #
Lack of pickers Is retarding
harvest of this crop.Late bloom
VILLAGE I Vtlenclas are maturing well, Sale 2.47
but harvest will be deferredand I
SOUTHEAST PLAZA foUow regular bloom pick- REGULARLY 3.99
Ing. Many have
operators revised C 2U36" non ktd. foam hark nut, ltd
Cypress Garden Id.. their estimates of closing cover
for tettim' tn later date e 100cotton pile, vrlvety soft iruKhine-wsihable )
o e Pink, blue, lilac, gold row on a while ground


M Y SINCERE i




THANKS. \ Granl-owII
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GRANT CREST CHENILLE
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To the many people who supported me in the fronfsncn brand 'WEDDING RING' BEDSPREAD

rare for Sheriff, my sincere thanks . . by sour

vote, )ou hate. demonstrated your Interest In my (iranttoicnGRANT GRANT MAID SOLID & STRIPE

policies for better, more effective law enforcement Sale I 5.88
MAID FOAM-BACK MIX-OR-MATCH BATH TOWELS
. . I ran a clean honest and aboveboard campaign

I of which I am proud. . . VINYL TABLECOVERS RICULAIir *..tfe


I To the many, many people who hare worked sasir Sale 1.37 Only 44C Traditional .beauty al a amart saving of 1.11

M hard and so ton* la my behalf, a Himple "thank REGULARLY 1.39 Dearly tufted cotton chenille; washable, preshrunk -
be needs no Ironing; ertkm bttHion fringe
Menu M tittle - I win never able to repay
|I them for what they hare done . . Ken-skid UM e Clean won't with slip or damp slid. cloth a Cu.hJrJn.nd New prefect Decorsforkwk on your budget!Coordinated e pattern terries in wonderful no-fade colors. 22.<<' siM.We .
J I SIW, IIOMAIir t.tf. .U4. I., e Lovely in white and popular pastel colors
Again my sincere thank for your vote and Need Not .He .* d.*t 20t

I' ,. .. .
support! CMAI6I IT .r' ; /
c ,lX, ..T ,. : ,
NO MOMr DOWN JO DAYS I .. ;.&i; : .;A. 'iA," .; IOUTHUJT PLAZA |

Monroe Brannen Ot MONfMt TO PAT I Yowti.FI.tti ''ff '. WINTtl HAYDtsdey I


SHERIFF

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Sixteen Thursday, May 21/ t 1964

WE WILL DRUGSTORES DON'T K MISLED IY

LIGGETUOOCHTON SO-CALLED DISCOUNT

Hoar Abby . MEET OR BEAT I PRESCRIPTION PRICES


ALL LOCAL PRICES WI ttQ NOT eoVerrletdhe lo'
Don't Be Petty rtrCH GOOD THRU SUNDAY WI IISEITI THE RIGHT TO LIMIT 9UAHTrf1H mtt .. "kith" ..peskr
PLUS GIVE YOU trices.WI .

Abigail Van Huron S&H GREEN STAMPS NORTH .s 60 NOT eewtlM swMcrlptlM diMMUttseme Items
GATE
SHOPPING CENTER .*. rehe the price en ethers.WC .
Jw, Wlee .hi she p.e. tr... Hit .
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..ftp believe Teecktea pr*
lash MS.r .to wMch tile .teeeeen
DEAR ABBY: the DEAR ABBY: Speaking of naming children "4 ... will iwet er WINTER HAVEN'S NO. I SHOPPING CENTER scrlpriea prices will .verao*
corsage on WhoThe huebandi the unusual name: I once heard of a unman who .... ey lecel .enel s ke .* M I.. w lover the. my drop
chlMrtw I married a widow and on the first named her three.......tars. PEARL. SAPPHIRE: ass UMkel Item Bin .lve y" OPEN TIL I 10 1 P M Glen. U a.d.mh. e. ..y
Mother' Day after our marriage I sent her a and ONYX. The fInf bid a skin as smooth and .. &VC ..... St..etl entity
lovely corsage Her ton sent her one, too This white as a pearl The second 'had eyes that shone
happens to be the first thing this sun of hen like two blue sapphire And: the third was"onyx
ever gave her besides trouble> Well, she must -peeled"
have thought more of her son's corsage than IlESTAl'HAIVr SPECIALS
she did of mine because she wore HIS and left. CARL ON BASSOON ST GALLON HOUSE PAINe T FRIDAY TV TRAY TABLES
mine home in the Ice box. I was very hurt although
I didn't say anything but the next year DEAR CARL Thank yon for your contribution DEEP FRIED
on Mother's Day I didn't send her a corsage and to my collection of unusual name Where e MIXED INSIDI liNG Sill
neither did her son She was sulking all week. were YOU when vaudeville died 01 OUTSIDI PAINTS C U"J20VI"IU"
Do you blame me for not sending her a corsage . , SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED PERCHComplete C NONSKID LESS
after what happened to mine last year?
DEAR ABBY: In November of 1968 I wrote WHITE . COLORS fluff S CHOICI OF
HUSBAND asking your advice about my husband who AVAILAILI AT SOMI Aeyp ppAgf IEAIJ11PULDISIGNID TRAYS aS
cheated on me, beat me up and refused to take STOIIS 82c
DEAR HUSBAND: Posies on Mother's Day the responsibilities of a husband and father At CAN II USED WITH
mean lens than understanding and love the other the time I had only one child. Today I have J7 us SATURDAYDEEP OR WITHOUT TRAT
3(4 days of the year five and I am kicking myself because I didn't 1
. take your advice. You said "Don't take him VALUE FRIED
back until he has proved that he can stay away C
DEAR ABBY: I am 26' years old and am in from other women, treat you with respect and FULL CHUCK WAGON STEAK t,15
love with a married I man who is 33. He married I hold a job. Well, each time I took him back I GALLON Value
very young and has one child.i I have been in Hot pregnant He continued to cheat on me and .
love with him for six years and seven months.: slap me around, pregnant or not. He also lost ELECTRIC ICE Complete 82c
When I met him he told me that his marriagewas / one job after another. How I wished I had CREAM
all washed up. so I had nothing to do with listened to you. Print my letter to let other CAR
his miserable situation at home. He say as anon women know what can happen when they take REFRIGERATOR DEFROSTER SEATSPRING
u his little boy Is able to take care of himself a man back before he improves. FREEZER

h* will get a divorce and marry me. His son Is p' New! Moltet 4 qts DEFROSTS IN MINUTtS CUSHIONED
KICKING MYSELF
In the second grade now. I get awfully tired of of delicious old. IMPS IASIIR DEFROSTING, MESS-f ASTE R CONTOURED HITS FOR SAFETY
liltfl
waiting Abby, and I'm not sure I could ever fashioned I let FULLY GUARANTIED NON-SAG
love another man. Can you give me some good pa.Get cream . quickly All ALUMINUM CASTe e LONG LASTING

advice? it off your chest. For a personal, unpublished easily
reply, write to ABBY, Box 69700, IOe-Vr.' ..........) ( assaamL7rv 1.95
MIXFD UP Los Angeles, Calif. 90069. Enclose a stamped, II US VALUE WOIXI VALUE 144
self-addressed envelope SO FAST
DEAR MIXED: Yes, lose him. The chances . . 14.88 FROZEN
,ol'r. taking aren't worth the chance you haveof FOODS
marrying this man. And If yon C\N love a For Abby'i booklet, "How To Have A Love WON'T THAW)
man ether than another woman's husband, you ly Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby, Box 69700, 20PIECEOINNERWARE e SHAPED LIKIICI 2811CHARCOAL AM-FM RADIO
Los Angeles, Calif. 90069. CULL TIAT
had better find It out-while you're still la theSP's.
t. M.N..ht Sy"dlc.. I..c. i964 4.95 VALUE t-TRANSISTORS
SET . AUTOMATIC FIIQUINCY CONTROL

Cat Burning r-:6.: I F.",... LIGHTER .e.SMALL ANTENNA FINEST AND SOUND COMPACT

l /II t..k '0 Th.W.lk .
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Boys ArrestedMIAMI r ..Rat chip. Will.r, FASTI! SAFEI! ODORLESSI! 1984

I cC .rack. S MADE IT CHROMALOX VALUI
(UPI-Holice arrest cof
ed* third leen-age boy Tuesday d .
night in a roundup of youths j j 1\\
accused of catching pet cats, I I II 499ALL aG 20" BOX
FAN
setting them on fire, then crushing I I II FOR ONLY . 1
the animal. to death witha lI 3.15VALUE

charged Kenneth concrete!with block E.maliciously Randell, 11 killing, was J\I\I UTILITY CART .C MPIIDI MANUALLY IIYEISIILIC

an animal and wan released on ROLAID
S500 bond i C HAULS UP TO ZOO IIS. 49f tI un IN WINDOW,
Metro authorities have ordered HEAVY DUTY AXEL A i I ON FLOOR nc.
seven more teen.ageri to ap WHEELS TABLETS . Ife Slxe. . AI IXHAUST COOLS
pear at animal control headquarters CARRIER It HOOK AT. I i UP TO I ROOMS

today with their 3 1 ., eaM TACHMENTSALARM "
: rr \ SIMILAC 0cBEfiULAlT
parents for questioning in the I ,
eau e CONVIITS IASILY FOI. 149GARDEN
MANY USES
Two 17-year-old boys, Uoyd,\ LIQUID' 21e C'!" JR.9JOneaDay 24.fI VALUI :
Hutchinson and Ronald Phillipswere
S Ii.ee row.Synd..l.,be.. t4.WwM dM.r..r..A
arrested last Saturday and

an charged animal with and maliciously were released killing on "Surely there must be SOME place to insert a US Of( ) TOOL SET

$1.000 bail each. credit card." 493 nMULTIVITAMINS
VALUE 1.14 Slxe, e REPEAT OF A SELLOUT -

e 1-rC. GARDEN TOOLSET

Will You Be Away From Home Next Tuesday? CLOCK DOANS 57 HAND CLAW.CONSISTING SHOVIL TROWEL ft OF

ILLS . ISe Slxt, . .. e ALL "METAL CON.
e 40-HOUR ALAIM CLOCKS STIUCTION WITH

. if so be sure to vote absentee ballot .t the office of Supervisor of SPRING WOUND N WOOD HANDLES
e LOUD PILL ALARM I VITALIS
Registration at Bartow . you may pick up your ballot anytime before e DIPINDAILI [kJ,,., r 2 66f 47cT.00

5 p.m. Thursday.Your GUARANTEED 9 t HAIR, TONIC . I.Ot Site


I 88 VALUECHAISE 2.1 B t' ColgatefA* 50-FT. GARDEN HOSE

vote is most absentee ballot before
important-vote 5 p.m.
TOOTHPASTE . .etc SIIe, .
IFIST LONG %
Thursday if you plan to b. away from your city on May 25. GARDEN HOSI

LOUNGE MILDEW BAGS WON'T CRACK, PILL,
19f lOT 01 MILDEWS
FOLDS FOR EASY' CAIRTINGOR GUARANTIED
STORAGE GIANT SIZE . 1.00 Llit.
MAUI OF ALUMINUM, "'

STURDY WilliNG TURING VARIED COLOR HAIR SPRAY 98fBARBECUE VALUE 1.41 = 39f


FC e 7.14 STRAND WilliNG Nat. Adv band l.tl Slxt

IMS VALUE PISTOL HOSE NOZZLE

.;V '. J GRILL C seuiai HANDLI

.14 C LOCKS IN DESIRED
.t 5 POSITION
a e MAT II FOLDED TO e GIANT 24- GIILL
II MAD INTO A
WORKING
C MECHANISM
e CHROMI" PLATED GilD
CHAIR WITH HANDLES NON-COIROSIVIS /

CRANK ILIVATING ONE FULL TEAR
14 LAWN CHAIRS MECHANISM GUUNTII77r
j1h'
C FOLDING LEGS
I I" IIVIRI ALUMINUM
TUIING
e STURDY' VARIED COLOR Jc
VALUE
WilliNG us
13stIsSTRAND WEI. VALUE

FOLDS liNG FOR IAST' STOR. WATER TIMER

ING SUN HELMET

44 AUTOMATIC SHUT.QFP
e FIATHER LIGHT
e FOR ANY' SPIINUIR OR
e ADJUSTAILI TO WATERING DEVICES
4.tS VALUEBATHROOM ANY HEAD SIZIe
SIT IT AND FORGET IT

SCALE WEATHERPROOF FOR FISHING. GOLF. e MADE IT FAMOUS IYIIAIN
r IIACH. GARDENS.
r OUTDOOR WORK
e MODERN DESIGN 1/
ACCUIATI v J s.ts
377
y WHIT INAMEL VALUE
FINISH
HIAVY DUTY s
8 CONSTRUCTIONS.OO 1.00 OSCILLATINGSPRINKLER
.10: VALUE 1 I
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Your Vote for HAYDON BURNSFor \ VALUE BEACH UMBRELLAS .. Wssmi A,I-.._..

VISOR S ; 2-?'C. ALUMINUM ... .. 11Mft. .q.
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Governor Will Be Appreciated e G'-prerecttee........ea a COTTON UMIRIILA AND EATON I.....

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I May 21 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA rage seventeen:



Government Reports-Big InterestIn Helicopters Score In Lumber Airlift I


AVft1lY.'ahf. This Jumping Ftof taw served a* canyon and engineer concluded wing. the ground-to-air teamwork -
small mountain community In the main atatjlM awe for the that helicopter could 'boat perform worked so smoothly that
the Condominium What It Is the heart of California historic work crews ......... portable the Job of transporting the pilot were able to lower.1II.
: Mother Lode country Is back toanneal generator Mi other equipment lumber to the site despite the -foct-long besma within t
now but during the past aa well M a .base for the rugged mountain terrain and !Inches of their final position
By JOHN PIERSONUsNed insured mortgages on 515 units where land I* getting scarcer and assess Individual units!i winter It wa invaded by a small workhorse heMoo.*en unpredictable weather conditions
Press Int.rnatlonalWA8HJNOTON valued at It.3 million In 41 condominiums and scarcer within a single building Tw i nay of construction engineers The helicopters also were used
UPI> -- The An additional 319 -You have the benefits ofre years ago. only seven states ha JWeral government says the re- applications for insurance apending i i apartment house living without law expressly permitting It. unusual airlift of about 1C* ismon' la located two choppers flew a total of Avery to the Job site. thus satIng -
tvpnse hM been good to Itsdlfer Three of the projects i. the drawbacks You don't have But now. 41 states the District The operation wa carried out nearly four issues fl'Clllthe die 1.000 flights airlifting 376 tons the" men a M-mlnutc roall
to help finance an up-and- are finished and 38 are under to tend the lawn or dust the of Columbia and PueruRico I by a pair of "Hying tumbef where Paetto tHa )Electric: ol lumber The cargoes weighedan trip each way
gpmlng kind of housing calledpandogelmium construction or in the planningsages halls That kind of work i* paid have revised their tax law I trucks" two horsepower Co was rebuilding a wooden average of MO pounds and
." for out of a maintenance fund to make way for condominium helicopters which hauled hun- flume that OMTfcd water foi were carried on M and SB-foot The operation was twlrr hampered .
To put It limply a condominium PHA officials say request for' to which each owner contribute The PHA Is backing M project deeds of heavy board to a conI power generation in the communities sling by severe bltsurds but
U a hlih-rae apartment Information about the condominium regularly On the other in Puerto Rico four tr,i atrticUon site on the side of a that formed the onetime Each flight down the canyon even then" the choppei' we i o
j House where you own your own program are running at, hand since you own your own Florida three In California,, mountain 800 feet above the Gold Rush capital of the took about five minutes one way pressed' Into service They the
apartment as well a* a part about 100 a month. All this I*i, Place you're not paying the three In Michigan one In Art- Stanislaus River wot IdThe. and mechanics on the ground workers" over to the flume to
Interest In the )land on which' in addition to the hundreds of landlord a profit sons and one In the state ol f Avery. just a hop-sklp-aiu--! making quarter-milt guided the pilots maneuverswith shovel off the three-foot snowbanks .
Vie building stand, the foun- condominiums being financed -You can get rid of your Washington lump up the road from Ansi i long wooden canal wa Jll'rl'ho"jon portable r.dlosOnce which had mounted in
rtatlon, lobby, walls halls stairs privately apartment whenever and however Camp of Calsveras County thr side of a aoo-foot-dr.: thr operation wan In full the stnrrtoreBOWL
4nd other common areas Perhaps the most important you like and for whatever
The Housing Art of 1961 per- advantage of condominium price you can get In a coopera.tive Burns Men
housing are:
gilts the government to Insure apartment house where
mortgages on Individual condominium -You own your own home everybody owns a share of the
units up to (25,000. even If you're a high-rise apart- whole building the other owners a .
ment dweller in a downtownarea have in Are ArrestedNAPLES
a how die-
Since then the Federal Housing say you
,. The condominium thus pose of your place and one MORTNGATFPPINO POWER MOWER
AdministrationFHA1< has ,
offers people pride of '
ownership 1 often 1s not allowed to sell at
a profit IUPU( ) Naples police [
arrested' two Jacksonvillecity
[NTR
So far. the biggest obstacleto
employes Tuesday delec
condominiums has been state tive and a building Inspector-
SALEIow
announcement.
. tax laws Some local .assessors for operating a Haydon Bums
used to drawing up a tax bill campaign sound truck
for an entire building I are reluctant Fenway L. Cooey, a police
to change their way detective and William Fuller

ED WALKERFormer the building Inspector, were
charged with operating the like PRO
New Power for sound truck without a license to' a

Staff Organist They" were booked and released MID 19" Rotary withPOWUPRO
1 Radio but with summonses to return ,f
of LibertyNEW to fate prosecution.The f fti
WFLA '
Tampawill '"
YORK UPIi The men said they were on I 'It 2'/2' HP.4cycle
-
vacation from their JarklOR-
people of the Soviet Union soon
? %.
the ville .
represent jobs.Burns
will hear broadcasts louder and
clearer from Radio Liberty had been charged esr- engine he afl/ new 22. .prop.t1acl/ ('Y i

ARTHUR SMITH Installation of six 555-foot her In the day by gubernatorial Heavy deck rotary mower by i
transmitter each as tall a* the runoff oppnent Robert King
High of Miami with using policemen .
Washington Monument' will be Easy recoil .
MUSIC COMPANYin completed this summer on the In his campaign, and the N', ,ca.I", II
shore of Costa Brava In Spainto Jacksonville mayor 'issued a starter
form the newest and mOAt denial that any of the member
the Winter Haven Area for powerful link In Radio Liberty of his entourage were city em
ACC PRICI
network ploy,.. /
HAMMOND Unlike Radio Fire Europe Cooey and Fuller came to Sal 'UMS
which broadcast only to the Naples ** part of a Hear nkA ru.' .' '
satellite' countries, or the Voiceof motorcade of 'Burn BliUera" the t, ,
ORGANSAND America which presents the traveling down the West' Coast 1tarty
official U.S. Image abroad. Ra.dlo separately from their candidate r y ,r
Liberty broadcasts directlyto Police broke up a demonstration
WURLITZERPIANOS the Soviet Union In the IT at a busy intersection In
language spoken' In that coun- Naples when they had complaint -
about the bhtier passing
tryRadio Liberty staff included out Burn campaign literature
more than 200 former Soviet in the street Value 4MS e
Phone Mr. Walker at CY 3-3151 citizens who prepare and deliver
the broadcast.
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M TravelBriefs ARBOR TRELLIS BRUSH

m 4 SAVINGS FROM THRIFTY CITY

All aluminum MOP EJk o brlitUi Fiber

Jiffy Swim Pool SIz. 5 ft. > !II in. 7 ft high Eul.tb..Ibs

Rigid ,l.ilt walls .r': 3-ft. walkway ..aa.r h.6C.ss
888 ,41RU.\f; (;.41,"'
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u.mblleawry _
0 ; ONLY WASHINGTON (111'11-11.8. s ,I.dvw
domestic airlines gained 181 Ace Price fiAt". I ACI PRICE 191
WY-KIC-KEC SWIM FLOAT No. 10) M.d. .
g per cent In passenger traffic In ;:- ACE PRICE
of tough POIYlty',".. Support the" first quarter of I 1964, the ;:. I

200 Ibi. 24".I4" lill. . . . . Only 57c Air Transport Atsoclatlon of No. 707
America report 111 MASK IN
Jai isry-March revenue passenger 999VALUI Volvo J.tl
aw miles were 10 billion

compared with 14 billion a year IMSPARING TAPE
ago The airlines hid a load Va'/ Go
factor for the quarter of 538
P"I i cent compared with (0 percent / % r'g 60 Yds
for the corresponding pe- KNIFE
e May
WMI
clod of 1983 .
r cad theNow
i \ lastiCShoe h....
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.
NEW YORK UPI) Pan STAINLESS STEEL i ..: &.
tr American World Airway reports ' BLADE Box] 581
that the nut quarter of ONLY
1II6f was the beat first ACI PRICE
quarter 3-INCH LONG o Left you lee what
sae In Its history with a 12 4 percent
I ,1l O increase in passenger trav- SERRATED TIP you ere storing 44C Rural
1
A11" el over a year ago
) Pan Am flew I Alt.454.000
revenue passenger mllea during MAILBOX
MAGNETIC CATCH
the January-March period In. '
eluding a 14 9 per cent gain In VALUI JtcLIMIT '
POOL RING. New low priced fa \ January over January, 18) an
II1 per cent gain in Februaryand e Ts pl*ssl. **t*
: IS" polystyrene pool ring. . . Only 7/C Itt W
a SI per cent Increase In ., '
e ff*' .t i} All

SUPER SURFER No. IDS. This 22"ill'/t" *<. t ..... ".f.. March ACE ;PRICE .j ( gelv.niued l

panded kclbord! is handsomely designed iR ;fA'/); rOK .MlMt' LOIrHS 1 Aluminum finish
NEW YORK UPI> Ten
with molded grips and --.w .. JrM" -
... : special concerts will be given In 99
bottom guidance fins . . . . Only 57c ';?f'ij. 1':,. Munich.Oermany. between May VALUE 2.98
b... f 28 and Oct 1 to honor the lOOth ONE PLEASE 191 1

X-1 TORPEDO lOA RD. Designed rigid5O"alb" \V 1:""' anniversary of the birth of Ye1u.2fg ACE PRICE
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Richard Straus, say the O>r- ,
surfboard supports over
man Tourist Information Office
250 Ibs. Good maneuverability . . 256' Four orianUaUona will perform TOP QUALITY YELLOW CANt
during the festival period WATER
They are the Munich Phi). FISHING POLES ,,
harmonic Orchestra Bavarian ,
Million-Air Nark Orchestra' Bavarian Radio .
Symphony Orchestra and SKIS
:: { the Munich Chamber Choir and
...
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PLAY Lof4o

Robert Market producer of
I fhe Defender. Joined the .ure ..,-
'BS Television Network In 149a Top qll.llty
a scenic designer
POOL Adjsd.ol

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enjoy the fun of your own pool and the convenience: of home. ZEBCO 33 REEL

S888 This' famous pool hal a reversible (white or turquoise) enamel ESTIMATES A. VALUE 17.9S FOAM CUSHION
ONLY coated sheet steel ttdewcll. MiHion-AIr pool are stronger, better Am.rlu'

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(I) Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted ((6-A) Animals & Supplies $ ((10)) Articles For S.U ((10)) Articles For SaleS ((10)) Article For Sale


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SUMMER WORK MIMI PINK POODLE SALON' Close-Out Sale! ROOMS of fine furniture Include RUBBER STAMPS For check

Sportswearby Complete. Tiny profeaelonal toy pupplm froumlnf available CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST 4 piece wctlonal. rfrlcratorranc 'lIdol'1l4lm.n1I'IIa"'"* . .

FuU or Part Time Rcpreienta- ARC reflatered. Phone 2111-1711. KODAK TOURIST II CAMERA 22 pleas la all TakeOver other purpoMi . also eating

needed terri ll-tf aw shutter 46 lent Complete ...,m'lIt. 24 44 per week. LeN clamps teal . pocket
Several
tivea :: with car. adapter 4 ruble finder than 1 month old. Warehouaa Furniture tamp.. STAR PRESS: Phone CY
Voyager lodes open for women who are BLACK Urrat; Dan. puppy Rrgtetered LOCAL SERVICESAVE Ref |1N 15 SALE!: IS* M Sale U 4th Bt. NW I 11111St Ave A, NWTF
; For Informal* rail .J-HW7 14-201
interested in having a good after I.00 p.m 2127HOBNEH KODAK PONY SM CAMERA .
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steady income with AVON Coimetici 1 Keg ill 16 Now' fit.U. With CaI'Ylna

Experience unneceassry I ANYONE Clue . Beg. |7.M Now -
shorts' . ciprii Let me paint your. In PASTEL. MONEY SAVE TIME t00.
WE HAVE ATRADE'N'TRAVEL
All work ....rallte... Call 212-WU
.ilk.type blousei (or appointment 21-14 VIEW.MASTER STEREOCAMERAoutfit :
. Include camera. can.
Call 682-4137 or Write CALL TODAY flash. cutter . Ref. IISS N Now

P.O. Box 1395 Lakeland ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE "1.17.

alley 8 to 20 --- O B LIGHT METER & CASE . .
Ref SM75 Now 111''. USED CAR SPECIAL ITCHIN'TO
zo.zz BUY ueed appliance and furniture SWIMMING POOLS AUTO SERVICE
and w.* cell ueed appllanoe KODAK MOVIE LB2M . U . .
JteACOTTAGE SALESMAN Good opportunity and furniture Brook Appliance Ref. 141.21 Now 111.2L TAKE YOU PLACES !
Full time round Prater 4 Furniture. 361 Havendal Mvd4TF
year SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION -DO 1X31Authorlaed ARGUE CARRYING CASE: . .
married. over 21 Apply Fremae and REPAIR Financing Factory Service o..Ch".U.r Me neb.ITARn.AIH.
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SHOP North Oat In penon only 121 available W IH.tau, General Plymouth .Laacer
WANTED TO BUY fond aturdy Building Contractor Call .
Valiant CAMERA SET A.
FOUNTAIN GIRL . Apply In per used boy 28" bicycle Telephone I ,
CY 2-4671 97-May 21 FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS . .
I 1715
NO Cypress Gardens Road *
on Ta.tFri 681 An C SE. CY 2-1707 14-TF 121 Sloth St. SW :J-H01

Open I A.... til T P... ::10-i2 Permanent. I inches of concreteand 17-Jun 17 ALL 8TERBO-CAMIRA Aoceeeor
steaL Beautiful, marble till la, lee . Ref |11.00 Now |5.00
WANTED: Cabinet maker Apply ((8)) Automotive ao neede water
Albright. Cabinet Shop, 42nd Bt chance -y.'f.. county FLASH . Re(. U60 Now Sic
N W. 284-2810! lt-21 Call anytime CY >>8iCYPRK8S UPHOLSTERING
Special tl ALL ATTACHMENTS! At 1/2 Retail

Creme OIl WANTED: Refined lady to live In COME SEE US POOLSSJUM I MOVIE CAMERA CASE: . Re(.

m and ear for acini-Invalid lady FINE UPHOLSTERING EXPERT |10 00 Now 12.00.
Cold Wave Reasonable aalary For 'urth.rno INOUR REFINIBHINQ Complete
1 formation call CY S-1M: during MOVING STORAGETHREE fabric .election. WOLFE up.HOI. POLAROID TIMER No, 120 Ref
(compleePLUS ) day. 20-22: TIRY: SHOP. 214 Avenue A, |>*5 Now 118. nMh
NEWLOCATION 8B CY 1-2710 Day Might
CIVIL ENGINEER . Recent 21-May 21 KODAK TANK A TRAY THER.
graduate or KIT preferred. Writ IVORY BROTHERS MOMETER: . Ref. H.85 Now
Mri. Cirlto Boa A1420 c/o New. Chief MOVING COMPANY I2c
It-June 1 Agent AWED VAN LINES
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AT Moving A StorageCall CASK: . Ref 14.21 Now II.0(1POIXIRIOD ( .
Lost & Found Collect . 132741WarthouM '.. VOLKSWAGEN .sdan *0 CHEVROLET I.Or. B,t-
(
(4)
ALL ) Off,Bartow Air BaM TRIMMING CAVITY DEMOBBING FLASH GUN Ref. Nice only" ._ n 91096 Cyl ltd. Ih'n
$8.95CARLTON 401 6th Street S.W.We Only; _. ... :.
FOR April 27 May 27 CABLING. RE BETTING 11215 Now |4.15.
Complete clean.up Fret EMunatee. M CHEVROLET Impels' Opt
LOST: German Shepherd Dluprred Call: LUKES TREE SERVICECY MOVIE CAMERA CASE . Ref Sedan, I c 'I] CHEVROLET 4.Dr. Bit.
.Thureday vicinity' 21th 81? hive a large selection of Painting Papering MS*. U-Jun 10 II..5 Now |1.II. i.rra (O l''iJIto. trr ..,,,.. I cyl. Auto tram
SOUTHEAST BEAUTY SALON N CY 1-4234. 1-21 Light .q.... Only' 1.796
KODAK PRINT KIT . Ref. 1430
BOTH NEW & 41 CHEVROLET 4..Or It..
Southeast Plua CY 3-1639 REWARD RepairingL Now 11.15.BROWNIE 59 CHEVROLET 4-Dr. ,ImII .
SWAP SHOPWE W.gon a cyl. Aute trant, .
.
A8KKD
MO Qt'KHTIONU Sedan, I
._ poi. C71. Sower.plee
|l.3M
15-TF far return of content In black pa USED CARS DARKROOM LAMP . Nice Only "h white. 'urq"ol"

lent l leather pocketbook:: loot at Drn J McCOY Quality work keg 1100 Now Me "$1 RAMBLER. Classic "HO'4.Or Only _. ._.. I.t
lion Field Tuesday. night I Conlnrlor
mannhlp. fait, clean and reaeoa-
See U. BUY BELL TRADE . 'totlon Wsgon 4cyb
anything KODAK FIELD CASE Ref .
call Winter Haven RncrrnuonDept
IK 4thStreet
KEEP: eemcemaa !. louekwlta able Phone CY 2-460 'ti. .hon, Cool SageOnly CHIVftOLIT. 4.Dr. 'Im
of HOLESWAP
our 2124 I value GOPHER |l .6 Now 1330KODACRAPT .
all the Hometown) New. byendue For the beat deal in town Jan-Pbyl Village 11-1'1' SHOP US' Hwy. 17 Eagle uu_ _. __ |1.>9tft > P.I. led.n I Cyl? Auto
Mm tbt Winter IUTM Lakt CY 2-267 t-TF ROLL FILM TANK Trent. Power altering,
Niwe-Cklef Special ,. PERSON who took enti-nnlon lads . Now 125. CHEVROLET. BelAlr4' Dr. Radio Heeter Cool white
sow 1 R 225 |
allele 1110 UK Cau CT dor from 171 Ave B. SW wa* ...ell. PINCKNEYOLDSMOBILE ALUMINUM I eyl? *..t.. trani. tutone A t..rquol" Cad. Sharp

TF- Return Immediately, :20-22 CAMP TRAILERSCAMP roLOROID CASES . Ref 111 19 Only .p n' .... n MU Only .. . h_.._.. IM
Now 19 '5.
.
FAIRLANE FORD 4 Drad .
((5)) House Trailers I rhoDe CY 1211 Screen, Encloeure: CerporHgjAwnlng .. cy? ...t.. trantradio ., 'CHtVMOLCT H Ten Pickup
: cool I cyl, L.W.B.
Screen.
Brlnl ie's Jtwtlryia .Window TRAILERS for rent or Ml. ANDERSON Only" n _n.green. '124JM Only' -. n__.. .. HIM
STT euIALUMI UMaltleaDISCOUNT Supply limited. Receive your

T irt street nrH TRAILERS FOR BALK: OR RENT --- BALES CO. INC. date now Johnaon Appliance DRUG CO.
1'1.' UMd A Trailer Highway If, Lake Alfred 272-113 CHEVROLET 4-Or Hardtop '6*
Block South el Port Offle or very t Let\ George Do It" CHEVROLET 'Impala" Ipt
Qtaltty Watch Uki Park, 2400 Htrendal WM37B21TT 1157 CHEVROLET I ryl. Excellent Ave. A l tth 8t, BW 22-554 11..1 un. 17 CENTRAL AvF CY I 5.195119 Imptla Air cend,tlenen Cps. I Cyl, ...,.. r.dioAnnlvertary ,
; 1' condition New paint and n.w'tlooe. :24-Mey 21 owner, Nice $1,106'O1 > gold One MM
13500. 222 Lake Howard
Jewelry Rep Drive BW. 20-24:
MTKDUirTOHHVMMrR SAIK: WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL : BEWMORE ZIO ZAG blond contin's CHEVROLET BelAIr. lot 40 PORO K
ONE ONLY Nw 50 I 10' TELEVISION REPAIRSCALL .abillet. Excellent condition $ed.e S 0,1.. A..to. trans. Long w ..To'I.e"iull'l.
17-May 11 Blrahan Mobile Hum set on ehrfront VOTE FOR Central 212.I On. owner. CxeTurq.. Acts trace. custom cob.
lot |3.4M\ AVERY TRAH- Only $1106 Cool white. Only IMS
I' ER PARK, :23-1276 21 27 J. B. Thornhill, Jr. JORDAN TV CHAIRS for rmt Ale I
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 2-502 Hoepltal Beds Crutches, Walk VOTE FOR .
24-1447 FOR For the Fittest TV Service ere, Commode. Godfrey Rental.CY ., :

Meeting County Haalth Tuetday Department, 1:15: r.U. ((5-AJ) Moving & Storage Tax Collector I 4 In H The Green South Stamp "'1411. 171 Ave A. HW' 14-TF Paul VaughnFOR ,' .


TUESDAY. MAY M I.TJ' CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT I ECONOMY I I : :SPECIALS

VOTE FOR IMPERIAL MOVING 4 STORAGE. I VACUUM CLEANERS TUESDAY, MAY 26 .
Prompt and efficient aarvla tor KM, 2-xir Alahape '
I
HOBSON STRAIN all' your moving "- .. Call PLYMOUTH. Hood tire. BY OWNER: .:: PLASTERING .. .. ,. -
CY MIM for tree eitlmate .
e For 44U W Orange It. Lake AlfredFtirmaFTt ?ACOriSOfl MOWERO: elf proprlled
Acenu for Allaayas JIWA4Tf' I t-l.3> - '"' .'I1W2 -* SERVICE 21 Like new li 00. 295203.1N1:
PARTS E: for KlrbyHoover 1 T
TAX COLLECTORDemocratic fervlug all 10 late* IIARD-KOTB.. TtfLE-KOTE: :, In-
1---- 1 for Electralux and all other
terlor and exterior, planter

Primary May 2025 21 ((6)) Special Services heater white FORD, white all deluxe. FALCON Excellent featuree Ranrhero I1MIOO, radio: new construction li CY..m R. BROWN and repair work. mate CLEANER Free. pickup.1 ,SERVICE,REYNOLDS delivery. .and VACUUM Nun Phone eett- FOR FAMOUS TUCK Call HARRISON KNAPP SHOES AS$ Down Cash


Call ...lIln.. after I 20 P.M. Cy T.TJ' CY 2-09M 2 CY 2-1M7


((2)) Help Wanted Walt's TV Service 4-100. 11-21. : 21-May 21, o $95 $600BALANCE
SPEEDOMETER Tachom.ler.Conplolu..rvlce BUILDING REPAIRS MARINE SUPPLIES ACCORDION ITALO AMERICAN TO
able model
Television Service manufacture Monterey -
LA. ) Service, HI nI'it., BW: .. 120 axe. a treble. 2 bas witch w 3
CY "' 261. > 1.TFlift ... Excellent condition 119000. KenRn..rt.
MARINES t.calv/
FORMER All makes. Parts and workmanship ---- -- For small repair 3ube cal; retired .. CY a-fllS 21-H
four ((4)) days pay etch month I builder . Marine Accessories CLOSE OUT AS
guaranteed No extra PLYMOUTH Fury 2-door Hardtop CY .2410 40% Discount on aU LARGE lw electric clothe. dryer. WITH QUALIFIED CREDIT
drill
for ODe weekend Regular charge within 10 mil radiijiof P 8 radio two 4 III card., 11-22 acreeeorle while they last deluxe model Brit mad. Like
credits toward retirement, plus floor ehlft geld rendition See at FLORIDA WHOLESALEDISTRIDUTORS : new,. 17100 Call evening after 4 90 "
CHEVROLET 6"
the added earning of two Lake Alfred 124 Ave U. BE Phone CY 2-9411. INC. p.m. CY 4-100 121 58 Powerglide
power 1..81 PAINTINGCHARLES 2117 Havendal Blvd. 2972014June

week summer camp In California FR. MS5I 14 FOR SALE lllr'wIIPt let, '57 MERCURY 4-Dr. Sedan
call SM-wu THtrNDERBIRD: Late '11. Perfect -- - birge I gold Coppertone
in August 6June 1 "
wndltlon. Extra clean Call I... Also an Ironing board 59 CHEVROLET 2-Dr. 8", Powerglide
Tampa, for detalli. CY 2-262 after e.:SO p m :20-M: IVER80N PAINTERJob DAILY ADVEBT1SINO Call 23424 after 4 00 p.m. on '
June 00 HOUBEM WASHED eetlmated or by the hour GETS RESULTSTRY weekday. 2124: 58 CHEVROLET 2-Dr. DELRAY
W.Ile washed. eave. and roof and Careful work Call ('Y 2MUMl ,

Mildew removed. Call . 162 dnlux CHEVROtKT cab RAH and 4 Inn.pot pickup II hiUood .. I 20th Bt" BWIWune t IIVICE TBE:DIRECTORY LOW COST PIANO Very fine Mason and '54 FORD V, Ton Pick-up
CY 4-0881
Hamlln Walnut Console Suitablefor
WAITRFSS wanted at Haven Club. "
condition |lo U 00 with term.
lib 81 BW 11-21 Before I 00 a.m, afler I 00 pm. home church or Sunday echool 59 CHEVROLET 4Dr. Std. Shift
103 - -
I2-TF
I 20-TF: CY 2-4472 or CY 2-4710 - - .... - Phone Barlow H3-T720: : 1-21 Biscayne,
- - - -
MEN FOR FULL TIMEEMPLOYMENT Winter Haven Floor Surfarlng Co. FOR 1-------- CARPETS clean easier with the '58 FORD 2-Dr. "8" Aulo. Trans.
VOTE
Batl.taotlon GuaranteedL. Automotive ((8)) Automotive Blue Luntn Electric' Shampooer. '
((8)) 58 RAMBLER 4-Dr. Auto Trans.
A. MOUTX Paul VaughnFOR only II 00 'per !
lit I Flrn It. Phone CY 4-2M1 Blue Luetre djhI'otr'dhH"ri;: : '
$105.00WEEK 21.24 ware. 2124 59 FORD 4Dr. Auto Trans.
CHEVROIFT Belalr 2-door. 1957 PLYMOUTH V-a door Hardtop
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT 1IM lug engine .:J oOO. Cy 2-5 61 after Automatic trannmlulon. HAH AIR CONDITIONER like new '59 CHEVROLET Station Wagon, "6' Std Shift
SALARY Machine TUESDAY MAY M I 20 P.M. 1M power leering and brake and ah silos BTU. 2 .peed fan air ex
'
Sewing ._ - -- ndltloner SPECIAL THIS WEEK changer 110 ...t. AC Anklng 1150. 55 OLDSMOBILE "98" 4-Dr. Sedan
BONUS
PLUS .
|3>600 RAMDOUII AUTO CO Call :23491
Ont of the lout..? proKr...lv* com- Vacuum Cleaner Sales Lake Alfred Phone 172-I3HI. 20-22 -1JM1 '57 CHEVROLET Ton Pickup New Tires
pan I.. In It* Held will have a reprucnutlv I DINING table. 4 chairs and china
Interviewing- men who & ServiceNew cabinet. 213-18'7' or 1(40 *th BtSB. '56 FORD 2-Dr. Sedan "8" Auto. Trans.
hold tin following qualification; r e ((9)) Business Opportunity lt25IIOUBEHOID
I. AIM 21 to 40 "
2. Own automobile In food condition Used FURNITURE: 55 CHEVROLET 2 Dr. BeLair 6" Std Trans.

I. Willing, to travel Monday We will aervlce any make or 2 YEAS: OLD BITE LIB Tall CT $4901 FOR or SALE come by 1990 'th8t '61 CORVAIR "500" Coupe, Std Shift.

through: Friday Horn on w.ekendf. in All modem future Will Mil cheap ., KE' : between I 00 a m. and SOS '
model machine
sewing your AIM care and truck cheap p.m. 20-22 57 RAMBLER 4Dr. Sta. Wagon
High home . Just call or write tVER CY 2-1217 10-June I
:: .Ia-ooloredfn.a''lat.: en> I Iplorm.IIL Mr. Skinner At YourMONTGOMERY --- USED REFPJnERATORS: . '49 CHRYSLER 4Dr. Sedan Nice
iSales MOTEL I* unllI70UUO a years old. Ranges . Waehen Dryer
N. expirlenc ncMry Thorough 211000 bows, Sleet laCella . Air ('OIIdIUolI... Reconditioned '55 FORD 2-Dr. 6 Cyl. Nice
guaranteed Terme
training u even by company and WARD In Winter Haven CT MIT folly
1TF From 12:**. and Up JOHNSON "
pay . 58 CHEVROLET 4-Dt. B.A. 6" Powerglide
boJOltltaJ. - APPLIANCES Lake AlfredPhone ,
STORE JOIN THI WINNER'S CIRCLE TODAY STATION OPERATOR 22-111. Nits. 9T2-1MO '
INTERVIEWApply 11-1' 60 FORD 2-Dr. Std. Shift
Mu.t be bondable.
IJuo uu to 1400 00
In Person To In Lakeland SEE OUR CHECKERBOARD SPECIALS cask required Muet furnish referencee TOTE FOR '55 BUICK !Rirerea 4-Dr. Hardtop
V. C. SMITH Write Box A HIT % N.wsChlef. -

t 00 A M to I.00 P.M. Pkooe W35951Eitrnihm '63 Continental '62 Comet Tin J. B. Thornhlll. Jr. '55 FORD Victoria 8. Cyl., Auto trans.
\
Company Representative X21
FIARiDAFriday May 22nd 1121 full power. air Coed.. 1 CI 't" T'.... FOR LEASE Texaco Servlc FOR '53 CHEVROLET V, Ton Pickup, Nice
iMrLOYMFNTorricc : One
: eparkl.nwile, I. low mdupe
Station. 401 Ird St SW CY 2474TF Tax Collector '
mileage *ne ewneImmaculate .wren "'- 57 CHEVROLET 2 Dr BelAir Stick in Floor
134 Ird St.. NW Winter Haven Fuk. Winter Haven Draftlag Ca '
EMMY MAY 2<
20-21 All typee Commercial *. $1495 FOR LEASE NEW SHELLBE.RVICE ,
Reeldeatlal drafting $4595 : STATION 4 Rave,
Batt.factlon Ouaraaleed 7 Pr Blond Haywood W aken.ld I
under eonetruclknt at South-
Drawn BWg. CT 4-1421 62 Buick Met now Flaw. Shopping, i'.nt.rpress Cy- dining eel drop leaf table) Also
:
4 arcttueial. end table coffeetable i
tTFBOOkKKKIMNd '63 Comet 4-dr. Gardens Rd tth Bt Con- pc
YOUNG MEN fulfill your military LBCTNA 4 Dr HT . corner Uole. mirror and
.
tact M. E Thome Shell Oil CuTampa. .
obligation with only all ; SERVICE: for the Be, AJT;' RIH. WMtly: ? ::::'':;,:I' . Phone 177-4741 21-24 and.lamp bag Bar CY with 2-452.etorage Golf clube 2022r

month active duty Return for stall bunlnrea man Ri-awnable aelual aides .... Inun.r
ntet. C\ 4-13K Cy M044 .
service with your local Marine 19-16 $1795 $2495 ((10)I ) Artrdet: For Sele enme II 9 ropalee rtywxxt. 2M 00 playhouse Call CY Neeile 2-MT2'

Reserve unit Call W-19U, CUSTOM MADE: DRAPES AND or CT ..-r10. 14-TF

Tampa, for detailf ALTKRATIONB Blind itltchedmodern '58 Ford '62 Dodge
.- 1 201* HickoryNW NEW double dreeeer and mirror POLY FOAM RUBBER. PRIG ale*
Jun.30 CY S-7tM 1r"i Bchoater. FAIftLANt MO- DABJT 4.Dr VI. A/T Slightly marred 144(0. .SAVE: ar shape DISCOUNT BRAND NEW '64
... _.. FORDS TRIM SHOP 101 AvB.
IoI-Ma II | Dr. HT A/T IIIAH BAH new ties, allwhite tQ%. Lampa. eI. "re t*>
tlm. whitewall Almoet f..,., Mea. diaettee. rhalre, etc II0 up NW CY WILL ioU
1 MEN . tal.! rout. Part --- ---- ---- VI ) !
atari 1200 hour. Call CY MOW Original _. freeh ..-_. WarehotiM Funu4ur Sales M I CHEVELLE 4.DOOR SEDAN
TOO goo 12rTF Ilk It. NW' 1420ncoadnioMd :
am.
am to

Industrial Electric $695 51595 QIIaIIt, mars ark I Stock No. 269 in Stock Model No. 5369

NEEDED New Kozy Kamper $7 0 what unltorna you buy Not AU l>r-t slaw caM sad>4.calm Be* PRINTERS Cool White 155 H.P 6 Cyl, Tinted

Motor 2100 per eult-.I Anana Ave

IMMEDIATELYQualified RepairingAnd Fully quipp)4 i Inc canopy H.,. S"S j ej / tal Auburadale.Can Ce. Across front ODnllae u.TF Se Windshield

service Rewinding And AH Other $2229
women to AT THE TOMATO HOUSE: COMMERCEINDUSTRY
Avon customers in Lake Alfred THRIFT DEPT. NO DOWN PAYMENT THE ONE STOP' PLACE Factory Equippedt'age
Phone 2900 E Main St Lakeland. tOM

WRITE P.O. BOX 1315 OR U5I DrSOTO Sedan >*M MERCURY lit Opt Lakeland. R4 )
372-1897 W Flavor of Cold Drink Rememht ft
CALL U24U7 LAKELAND 1US FLYMOCTII Sedan 'SS MERCURY: ilL Cpe AU ktade ol lee cream OVttNMINT1C
Boiled Pleas!
zo.Z2 1137 FORD Uo IKS CHEVROLET Sedan Seam PMU. Okra, Eu*. Milk. I $ II
Candy. Melon many edier Mema

WANTED enced bookkeeper Office manager. aupervleorypertenca aapu4 ea ((6-A) Animals & Supplies IM CHEVROLET SmUn 1H4 CADILLAC IlL Cp*. anrnaeor Compare our prtcve awl |ntd* silk

a..a,.,. Numerau' company ai 'TIL le 01 P M. DART rCIIEI
e
depend on Drive Our Your WayPREMIER lullRLACEETE
benefit
_
::4' : r.urn. : _. Stud Service -
qualification* co MALE BOXER
New' .ChMIALUMAN A while Pew sow Yo.. pork
Recurtored tear
Ui Box A-1421 % aMOs
3l-7f i CY SMI 2-TF I II .. buelwt W* perk *M eau
INC.
bucket
1321 Julian DurmnreFarm.
--WANTED >R SALE: I R4 t 7"b-: ;; 2*. mUee Weet of BrfwIneTGreen 1
Wldtack Irnialr Mlnlalur., 1>&.h.h",1 I and Valee RA off County UnR4. < Av* A. SIT, $4-u ROLET
till Am Pontiac.rlr*'. No Send I car brief r..>" ted I rn.nlr ,Id Ienui', M,,,laturDerh 324 3rd St. S.W. 293-9064 ........ FR .-n>0. l2
Interview, hi.iKl. w. mht .!> i I"?" Jb'l I AUSUIMSAlf
11 WM be roojarted for I Ah.;,' rMemt, 140 OU. Mra. Hat I LIED lIa 1Y ar air t,Ad:uoewr I
P.. Box ". Winter Have /1S 4A7. DHl I
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((10)I ) Artfefes For Sale ((12)) For Rent Furn. ((12)) For Rent, Furn. (l3)RtalEstaUForS) UTODAY'S ((13)) R..I but For Salt l I ((13)I ) ft> J. Estate r.r S.b :((13)) Real Eit.t- For SU ((13)) R..I l Estat. For SW



NBEO TWESr ROOMS :Iownlo_. CoBTenleatNice. FURNISHED: room Reason BEAUTIFUL LAKE ARIANA I IDYLRIDGEVIEW NEW: HOMES: THREE BRICK HUJH.MlM H'lMt, : i.n-l.il. HATH I 11\,1 AM
BY OWNER *
SPECIAL PltlCEfl til tie 4-188 20-TT Near Thrinwal and bearhSeparate -
on > U 17 00 week. CY lane rUirult. utiliu
8k.LL: LIKE RENT room >m
Kitchen
prrleaee
* BLAYUXK GULP SERVICE FURNISHED apartment cloeelnIUOO . ParklBf entrance M8 Ave J NW BUY Good ss new Central air-conditioned OPEN HOUSE 1, FURNISHED OR NFURNISMED room UlumlnuH < iiinic. in bun.,itiIE .
: kltrhrn
JflW Mb Bt.. KW per month Call W PYoaally. CT nm. I"'Tr home central heat flu.5SR 3556354VOTE 8-Jure 8 ( trrrum,' ,flown, U' uUfUlly

IQ-TT . Oft. CY MWS. or Re.le-TT CYMm -WINTER---HAVEN-----B-FINEST- TOMORROW'SSECURITY real fireplace CB coMtructed | _______ __ oily e...landerai.ed cr oulmd.it. ,'water liv ....11.1 and

condlttoawt i.11 eo. ft, overall3SMik. IND to all ghoul.. Situ 00 down
bedroom air bedrooms
FOR BALK: Rent reooadltloaetawtlenree One hardwood floors 1 large .I.t'I FOR
air aendltlaMre antftelevision. ] BEDROOM duple 88 mathBedroom 1 electric' IMPERIAL APARTMENT: double' cr I 8M.OO month TY 3-I3KI .U-1r
E. Term houw ITS monthEdea Sf* Ave H SE: JII.D7 >>::14 S baths, family room port. 180 p. R overall.10510. HOBSON STRAINFor --- ---
BLLaWOHTK APPLIANCES. 310( Hale*. Realtor 310 Ave. A, kitchen' with breakfast nook
-
Wed te
turn right .
Srd aX. HW 3S-Uar X 8W CY S-SSSS_. 20-23: FOR. .HOUSSa : APARTMBNrvRNiswEp tmruNUUiED. PRETTY FAMILY HOME I In also pantry with extra sink En- Hit 311 8 HavenaaM*., ar lIJ".r' t* IM pavedread Bay 51.1St HOWE on FO Ihte bedroom SALE: eonMr

GENTLEMEN Room by week. SSOM and up All : setting of natural beauty wit cloned garage and laundry on left . TAX COLLECTOR! .home lam down with .kitchenanpllanrei
((10-A Boats & MotorsFOE Reaeonakle. Sierra Court MotelHwy REAL EITATI. ISO Av E JulBt exquisite view of LAKE in the MOlt beautiful H acre M or 8SSV with Moat .b*
) 17 Worth 7-TF BE: IT-June I' room. CY 3-$711OWN Democratic Primary May MM to appreciateIM . .
LsHs Ws Manor section of of ground, flowers and trees in .Hla M 20-25 eth St.
LOW IiDUIF.a RATES CYPRESS OAKDEMS Jea-Phyl Vlllax*
fine homei. Auburndale. Priced below Replacement
BALE Room nicely tunUned apartmentFlrat APABTMbNTFurnlehed ---- Pnom 3SMT43

1MO 14 ft Fnmtlfur boat and I 31: Door. til. bath .electric kitchen bedroom apartmei, S Cost at ".500.00. KB MOINQllwt LOOKING beOranm. FOR..A...HO. lakefront Ml'. IT.11RCfoaSEHED
Three Large Bedrooms -
Cloee I lowe aLake
automatic conditioned 1..4
air
HP Oat Ia. Uwtrfe etarter Perfect air conditioned eU. Immediately. ."' .ro"m V FraemkeSCHOENTHAUCR .
furntahud and carport Howard. CY Htu I-Tr CY MM9. IT water Room with .
condition laundry Large Family condltloiMd home Near ech.. .l. CO :2H-UM
-----
+ Near new ehovpln* center EDNA WATSONREALTOR I : HOMES LowmonlMy
. 00 nlontbPhone A LAOBCrOAHDE II: M fireplace wltll1 kept yard and fruhl> Nit. A Wk-<'tld. 28"U. 30WBKDROOM '
Southeast tM per I Modern B I
.
14 Ft flbenlaai boat loaded wltiiwtrM Low on mortcaitt -- payment
APARTMENTS' POE PARTIC painted payment -- -- -- .
: Pull Electric 50 HP Soot: CY 3-3898: 18-H .. Florida .. 3 bedroom _..t..It..1"on'a..'
tAR PEOPLE: 1. I. *. I beds 144' and eoonomk-eJ uttlltlee.Arrance OB home back
Motor wtth power prop II ft tilladfcuUbl 1-...... BOWEN: MOTOR LOtXlE Hwy. I 11. OWNER SUDDENLY MOVED 521th St., NW CY 4 414* down payment and aeaunirmortcatr room fruit I..... <...nier lot CY 4KlT\ 23-1171. Ie... ft Sunday
room.
Dade trailer with latlllchte ISO 00 a month Llvlnf. eacloeedporch North. I-Tr and hss written off many IUl' at 8400 rn I 110110 3700 Woodlewn Dr NW, I 283.* FIRDT MORTUAIIIORPII'PTA :
bath rlt1mo"tll'2\
Lea than M Hn Jut Ilknew room kitchen' CY 4-4131 20- 17th SI Mb t'Y U ry s-e/M, IMI : -*1-
: such
1104134: St NE ury extras ss draperiei .
81S90 new. Don t IOM out on - -- --- --- y
li-28 - -
Ihlf on. . 13S5 raeh A. Pierce* After lOOp m. CY 3-7213 FURNISHED MOD per week upetalra Opt aiwrtnwi Man:i carpeting, built in freezer Ind

2tB Ava. O. NW. 1S-84 I Drive In. Phone CY 4-"" 1(12A IV* refrigerator
CLEAN well furnlaned two room
ALUMINUM boat motor and trailer with air conditioner.
8S1S A... C NW . Wed aM. carporte.apartment utility room Adult Reference For Sal. R.ntBUY PRICE REDUCED to $20,90
of Lake Der 21-34 *. No pet Com and lnpct ( ) or with excellent terms.
748 Lake Jerk DrIve. CY 4-W: *.

21-14 Drive by 2014 Eighth Terra,
(I II-A) For Rent, Unf. AS YOU RENTS SE and LOOK but DON-

2-BEDROOM furnWied hour on 8th t to
WAIT CALL McReynolds,
, St. In Blot: **. |1X80 weekly' A\aO BEDROOM HOMES FOR --
APARTMENTI DtTPLEXE8 view the interior
1-bedroom hour ,10.00
1 II I bedroom. $4550 to $1 .. 3-4508 wrbly.CR: RENT OR LEASE option or
f

tip SJ4 it. Bt BDASLEY, NW CT /1tTY-00 1 BEDROOM_ apartment_- furnuihed isle . CAREFREE Umits COVE "'I Ltlt7 You'll Always find What You Want In Winter HavenWhy
of
ut ltl" included 858 per . Just north City
IDEAL for couple or family of 4 month 1424 Sheridan Ave W . 5 minutes to shopping Per. eaJ, E4faiPLa4lf'IHz1m:

S-Bedrnom 4-3804. LAKEFRONT HOMECY TTF Central ATHERTON Ave CY REALTY 4-8384 834 H-TF feet family location . See them Drive Miles To Shop? Try Your Friendly Home Town Merchants.


FURNISHED apartment doee-ln today . Keep Your Dollar In Your Hometown . Help Boost The Economy
NICK: 1-bedroom unfumlehed apart 10000 a mor-lh Ineludo Itohu WARREN SECKEL R* llor
ment Stuns and refrigerator, and water. 3-7MO or M3-8S5 lt-28 CALL Associates Eve Ph.
large living room, nicely kept 2944254HT .
(round*. 873: 34th St, KW CY FURNISHED duple. 1-bedroom air. W. H. McReynoldl CY 1 380Hrlra
8-7175. J4-TF conditioned, private Adult only Whitley CY ISM HAVENDALE SIXTH STREET DOWNTOWN DOWNTOWN
I A. SECT
608 Ave
No pet pleaee
CY J-752!
Wilma M. Hudion
NCNEMAILRTNFPENISHFD 3-1974, 3-25 . . I
FOR SALE OR RENT . 1 B.d- CUne Cl.ry CY 113
APARTMENTS 1-BEDROOV with kitchenette and room unfurnished home Rent 170 TIlES MUFFLERS INTERIOR WESTINGHOUSE GIFTS and TOYSFor
Winter Haven beet (election. I I bath. Utllltle furnUaed 31300 Low down pavnteSi .21.
room, kitchen equipped electric per week. Call CY 3-3802. 21-34 takerover payment* 101 Rail SEAT COVERS D.corating Service APPLIANCES and Girls

beat, I....... 2391 Av.. B, NW Bt Auburndale. WJ-4BIO mornln.. For Our CuitomtrsHARVEY Boys
I3TF3BEDROOM APARTMENT vp.faire. bedrooms, before 11: and after 8 10 p mi3-TF NICE 3-bedronm. I bath manna c* NarlaVi lewe PrltM $.1** I s......*
'urnlehed Enrloeed terrace. Ian. y
323 Ave B BE air conditioned Water home. I ell mekei tlimell The Play Shop
house rat Call CY 1-5614. 13-28 electric' kitchen. fenced bark vert. IMPERIALDISCOUNT KENT w. repel
Bummer
Near shook Slo.ve, refrigerator,, corner lot Fumlihed or unfurnlulied ,lane end *"IIu.ei.LeROYS .
neat, clean 86800 month Owner apartment Ground ((12-C) Mortgage Loans 313100. 11(00 down Daymen I CENTER MASHERFURNITURE 355 Third St., N.W.
CY 8-48H 30-23: 1-BEDROOM
CY 8-7138. 30-3
IMF 101 Coleman Rd. CO. "
floor 8U8 Ave L. NE I TMt IIRTHDAY STORI"He
401 HtvMietak Wvtl. We I.. A Aft..I, N.W.
ilk
unfurnlhed borne MODERN 3 room duplex Nice III TMrd 521.08. IW. .r New City H.IIs.
I BEDROOM L:
Eltchea equipped I 80. BEABLEIREALTY 'ard.. conveniently located town 1.T11 Ivr..eee so..w. SjI uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimI IU."., Cell CT 4-1111 3VI-I4II
CO. 1)4 4th Bt, NW CT take. Adult Ml Ave. B. NW

8-1767 :S8-TF FURNISHED 3 room duple. Mortg-gt MontyCosts I I Appraise

I BEDROOM houee . Northweet Adulte No pet*. Excellent neighberhood -
Section . |W) per month CY CY 3-4808 or CY 34 Art Diff.r.nt : [ it ** Our Complete $ele all.1I
"-11104. 1S-34: 17TIIBEDROOM 1 The Hem .f the JUST A PEW 0. OUR

t Bedroom unfurnlihed hour. 890 apartment on lake. i . If your bom ou Ufits 1I I : See for yourself what s The Tr.II....*.. ON niMisit ttivicispeired fSilHDELICIOUS

per month. 117 IriS Street Jan.FhvL 34800 a month Including utllltle.. for s Z -ycar, SH" %'' I := value this one Ul M onE Big .f 54.s .lIIft" 111"1' nsSoehe.,.
Atherton Realtr. 843 W Cone Sierra Court Motel Hwy. 11 North uRCt l B D.p.edaIIeferries Prone, rebuilt. wild. Iwo. end .. ..
FloE
tral Ave. CY 4-3284, 18-TF 7-TF Interest rats loan, without I. : ry, three bedrooms. QUEEN jI" liemeed. w.t."... ....,.. PC- ....
.
smici charge. rids room ample cabinets * s-n-y
fur- ,
SI S-bedroom* BEUNA VISTA home on DR.Lake AII..d.LI.lnll Nice. tiptoed APARTMENT Walking. with dlatance utllltle to town why shouldn't you bets- E in kitchen also rang and x111Dnve.l! COMPLETE REAL UTAH murk RNeaium built le Plnlene Color fefUltimete AM .-- -CANOIIIANDERSON

room dining room kitchen, CY S.SOW. 31-24 fit from the living 1 refrigerator Enclosed SERVICE ''II Becutr. .

enotoeed EnlerprUn.porch; ,Avallahl CY I S-4187 Jun 1S-38 In!. FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED Snore and more people = garage offer extra storE < H.re. D.l EeasUy Realty Co. CITY JEWELERS
Philip
EFFICIENCIES and I<.* BEDROOMS are unn( our promot age Located on a beauti- Ira ,3 I DRUG STORE

3-BEDROOM unfumlehed Bee ho...at... Convenient/. Nice! located large airy In Old room Poetal- courteous mortgage services E fully landscaped lot (you 11.4. f 14 till *.? N.W. CT 11717Plt 41 TMH Ite.d. N.W, I7t W. Crsl
kitchen.
In
Electric stove
300 Lee Ave. NE. :30-88 Building. :Call CY S-M6S or CY . DO obliistioa E reap the benefits of **.
+*r
3bedriufli'knurl 3-4117._ E perienred gardeners) In a EAGLE LAKE
UNFURNISHED COUNTRY
FURNISHED 3 mom apartmentAir TOWN f am' a. neighborhood *
on-CMindce Roed 33800 per month furniahrdSummer : 6 quiet 7
CT S-300T. 1..21I conditioned Water MORTGAGE con E owe It to ,out.aelf *
North O.t.ey you DR LARKIN TIRES
rate Near tad). BIG EDGE
Cweey'e Van
AVENUE H 8 E. 1 bedroom HSU :3022I -m Magnolla- E to check this one out. Duyne
'
TrenimleeleiiSeeelellet I
large Mvtnc .' CHEVROLET DEALER Mere Safely Mar Mil..**
dining room
*
room. STOOD per month. John O. 1 SLEEPING home ROOMS Will board for or rent share Inprivate CY I-UU t E Low down payment of /omanmNw1 KILVINATOH AmlANCH Real l Estate & ImuraiK
Wood ft Aoclatei 28S-S838 or E of ... VOLUMI SELLING
1S-31 kitchen and TV Everything fur.rkhed $400 and total price __ TVi TIRIO .
293-381T I MOTOROLA AOINCY
: 834 Av: B, NE 18641. E $13.000 makes it easy to M.t. Ton US Carkereter GOOD DIALS

NICE room: 1-brdroom, cerporte CB Reaonabl houee Florida'Ita27th 81-34 E own. Drive by 2221 Ave- Cle*..MONI*d. CT 1-1711 GOOD SlAVICIChevrolet lAtT TERMS Ill Wise C.....*. A MMM

Bt. NW 21-24 NICE clean Ideal fumlehed for on.garage or couple apartment ((13)) Real$ btat For Sale! E nu. B. SW for a sneak LARKIN'STRANSMISSION Center B. F. Goodrich WINTIR HAVIN. HOIIDAItl4114
E then for a thorough -
Aleo clean preview, SHOP P.hkShe hot OffUe
=r '
E r.--.llIh-.: E inspection, call IU Sub Is, SW CT 1-1141
Furn. partmeat SAOLS LAWS
For Rent IN
((12)) Coe-lii. Call after I.30 p m. CY Acres Pram Pen Off.. lil Av*. A. I W. 14141
3-MM I -T HURRY! HURRY !I E= GERTRUDE BRYAN

LAKEFRONT APARTMENT 3 EFFICIENCY: apartment air conditioned | Eve*. & bus CY HU' Cypress Gdn. Rd.
Large airy room and ..lIrh.n.po.oo . TV. Near North Gateand
a month. t>ar* CT 3-SS7S beach Orbit Motel NO *thBt Select your new home In BCAt
After t.00 pm Of S-7313: 1-TF ., NW. CY 5517STr_ TIFUL GARDEN GROVE whitt :TOWN COUNTRY LawnmowerHEADQUARTERS FINE FURNITURE A*,IIMI. e S'ere. HIP) APPLIANCES TV

BEDROOM hiralihed apartmenton you still have a number of ni(.I AND APPLIANCES IVi e Air CaK ltlaeenName $.1.. Service
apartment
-
FURNISHED 4 room .
% l11u.aoa.mrrmn lmImilml' ;
Alfred Lake Silver Drive Bummer to choose from. Our Ivenlory .
St Lake ones IrsnJi
.0 W Or n -
Phone FR 3-1133 Air light, water 84800 a month Call CY 8T7J 3-TF M of lots ls almost ser. ECt9ll4lnlllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIfi 1 lL UI JUlt 7050Aulbulyd .... TIRMS TO IUIT TOO"Uiee RCA VICTOR
fumlehed Adult only 1-TF CY' 3-13&0 / A Service 4 N*.v rur* *. 4 Apllfl** Heteeln Currli" M*.ke( .
but there is lUll time to pesonallse COM L'T. SMALL' 1501101aanvCu STEREO TVi RADIOS
one of the houses und!; MAR, LAWN. III AI.MOW'III' ON Alt a. Al Dl.**unl r>nee. ,.4141... M.t.r.l.ftIoW.
1711' HAVENAPPLIANCES
construction. OUTIOARO "MOTORS. WAREHOUSEFURNITURE
peen 505.44rHARYEY'S r ;()
DRIVE out today . lust I bill WILL SELL or trad equity In thli MOWER SALES ) INC.

Gilmore PontiacCelebrates mile Eat of Cypress Garden 3 I bedroom houee at Ill Srd BlreetJaaPhyl SERVICI W. Central If Mill
lit
for Me eP emaller haw* SMrpe. II e.* S e, N.W. CT 1-1411 14. lrdl., MW If M til
v calL . Contact ATHH.KTON REALTY t41 121ate" St CX '*M
W Central Ave CY H34 18-TI
JOHN WOOD HOMES

BIBH
-
1ST BUICK leas Up T. S400 FOR THI RIGHT DRUG
CYPRESS GARDENS

A.-'I..II. Sdee l -le.yle. LOANSOn k. al,1It Prlee
NEW S-bedroem brick: home. I NO CITY TAXES STORE REAL ESTATE Rl, O.elfty
11th. bath Price (11100 SOM: bleu" PACKAGE - ....e. <-r ,
Il 9l'cfn Drive. Call CT S-4NS 1..11LOVELY. On this J BR. 2 bath home*. 0....,. .1..1.l N,. JEEP In,-ate Veer steene.o.lw-e'etptr d..d r MOOS deeeri brioC 1."t preirl*"l*...

Built.in rang & oven emu M.*.,ee, R. C. Darts Vtkl.le' lelei t Srvl. tlewe e'ee mobs lot men..
room 1-bedroom lakirlew .. m.el None eempla.drat. Nile Calls CY 3-772
home with .large yardFAMILY floor Lot .S s 140)) Located I li. ghee 111 C4W !*'*. GIL HALL I. ...... Sop eel ....'I""" .'
HOME, 4-o.droom V beautiful Lake Elbert height CYPRUS ASOINI ROAD 1..11
I I tile bath alcaly laadrape"loe <. City Drug Co.
US NOW FOR OUR to shopping V and .."ooIa.BoI. near new A/C Elemental,; PHONE IUICK CO.. INC. Domestic Loan

SEE .. ho..... I. Cad ....tchbortoood."rlCtNl School. Total Price $11.100 . Ill U rt S*. S.W. 1150. "Ie 11 104 ". N.W, CT 1-1714
CY 1.0314!
REAL nATt:. no AuIE 191-4..4. CNA&SedNW CV/.11l
B, :. CY 4.1111.. I7Jun. It I $104 Down . balance approiU

BIG ANNIVERSARY DEAL! f $ per month including Prlacl

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMNIIIIIirLakofront pal, lot & IlIIurallCl.i .


i FVUL RENOVATED USED "1.'tIl..1. Per T". t"x ".*)'' PLANTS KANT 'OODSnRTILIZU SHOPCLASSIFIED e..1

t bedrooms I baths i HOME 4' S W...r3Nke. WO c.rah'4 Pelt

SAVEHUNDREDS Large living room with I I bedroom, 1 bath terrti r-rt.' For 0l. .flea PITS lil eadla.
reel wrHi
fireplace aDd hatolstor- : boors, cool roof Nice play par : end Pet Supplies. 0.'.........
Dining room-Modern kit. : for children fenced with cycloo, 'J For ..

OF DOLLARS ON chen 1S 20 Florida eooS. Total price tlOjoo. lit SlocumWater DOTY GoodBuys !iIsej'" II.

room Terrazzo floors month Includini,
I Down $47
: per Garden
Form i Gerdesj Supply MOMS OP
with waD wan
to carpet- : principal lot & Insurance
Demonstrators Company Cars log in living room sod i I ...._ mi C,,... .HATIN..<*.> RMWINTIR aft State St, LW.r QUALITY

dining room. Central best
and New PONTIACS :1-' I.
.
and air conditioning THIRD STREETA INWOOD
'"
Can be converted to I /

"Get More From Gilmore"Take bedroom with very little
added espense. REAL ESTATE New SerrUe It., "Fift9..L'C. Goed" HYBRID ANNUALS IE SURE TO

- - - ..... ... INSICTICIDIS
To O. CMtomen e.
good look at the finett Pontiac ever This lovely bom sits/ on in AV*. A. NW mini .** ., PISTILr15SCy.pieIe / REGISTERFOR
*.
e..e' 1
built. You know they ,oil in 3rd place nation. i a well landscaped ISO ft S YEAR WARRANTY ea.d We
G.t4... lev $.. Jil
= lakefront lot and look at DAILY JACKPOT
aNy . there must b. a reason the extra Underground frOOO alAN USIO aid 0..1 NorderyCooney's

Come See & Drive this Fine Car irrigation system deep 304 CATS AND TRUCKS ..' ...,...-, .'. Anderson Drug Store

- - - :: well land beach 75 RUt AUTO SALES *... ....... GARDEN WAY

:: f fishing pier bolt : TAKE: IT PAYMENTS llll Af I. ., H W. 17f W. CINTtAt -
PONTIAC TEMPESTS :: shelter Beach house ; III Irtf I*, IW. CT4-lf7* ith St., N.W 2t4.22S CT I.JII'AVENUE

I with water and electricity, : No down payment, M qvattrytya .

AS DILrfIID i and shower for BM erf :: thrcA-bedtDom, I bath toe E, N.W.

LOW $2360Till : bathers An Ihhfoe CAW block 110.... BulttiS OX:.
:: I
W'_ tweM1i21 :: 177.500. Shows by appointment : eve* k rsag, Urge lot. Coot IAn UI Oil COMPLETE TIRES SERVICE
AS I GlaonI Wt Mete Wert
:: call :i wtgBbarkood Mar Kbools. f.j TV REPAIRS "AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE"
APPLIANCESNew
f..QJs 1IQfl'! I !ii menu! of $900 Include loess AIR. CONDITIONING -.... Tii"TrrA. TIANtMIStlON G-E
- - BtMEULEves. rUlEs UM will drop spproslBaUlr -
:: see, MUTING OUR triCIAlTT end Used
OPEN r.... FOR YOUR CONYIrWNCI : i A. ... CT UUITOWN j:: Wk after qaeJifytaul. la ROOFING. H_. .<.. .'...e'W Rad' Ada Air c..4itl I.eenAN EASY TERMS
Ke 4 Amsneer. -
< I/.rer .
::: boatUs4 ***s9pUo4L Drive bJat : .. p w. 4 Gveeenbd
f... 1otoo4 fit C.-. e. r >eeMe
LIt Us NreN weld PpNNme
COUNTRY MO ITtk Si. NE UM ptwCMCY .,. -
t ..". .4 Goodyear

GILMORE PONTIAC :a: MITTto ace toUttorim L M. SCHNEIDER Mel Uwe C4Mi.f. & TV UNITED SERVICE STORE

Zl3u'm J I SHUT MHAtUIMk. 555-445 *4. N. pate.ey 1.. MOTOR SERVICE
frs H.,.. H.... I :i ev ..- 117 A... A. ..w. CTMlflThursd
240 NTH ST. N.W. Across : 'a 10Ww35. wCr onto 35 tw. CTMlfl w. .... 14" a...e essmp .. ;to... 1. low 504-4117
"i Woreud I ulriiiei he.. *Mitrt
Phone 2944103 f.mIlUlIIIIIIIUUIIIIIIIIUUIIIIIIIIII
1.0 U rk>U ft teAM LEONA I
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Twenty WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS CHIFF WINTER 1964 i
HAVEN FLORIDA Thursday, Mav 21 I ,


EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? ByBMc*

Gf SLQBBOVIA::: HAS GOT SOMCTH1M5 TO SCU..'.NAME1X 15MJMJ 4J476'

I I CbsiiTid Advertisiij I FbtN11NS OV1 A FEW WA.14H: our You DoMt ITSELF SINCE IT WAS SATURATED IN KICKAPOO JCrY TM-TMAT PtAN OF I4f

f'IfIZlL.S 14&. HAPN'r 5UPON "1HO RotK6 r JUICE, IVaUWStlCatOT SLOOftCMA (SDCUOOUS.f f WOULD MAKE MV BtOOD PUNrj
SO NCX WE MUST CREATE A OEMAMO FOR nvrI:" -' COLA IF IT WASMT FR02ENF.na.rtka

EVEN 1HOUIf+ OF. ANp DRo WNOR Nooi4youRt r: awl LOCK THE DOORS, AND I'LL TELL YOU MV PLAN !! ) l ALRCADVJHAVE ,Q I I IfoI


. (tl3)R..IEt.teForSU) (I4-A) Lots & Acreage tE 1eYoUR cur a WITH F,oRk t ITER tU9NE661BURENJ

w5t&P : :

1 Acre Lakefront Building Lots KNIF&O
IN ANY

Close To TownCall We Have ThemTwo P PoI N IVY ,


It chara, It ha a certainomethlnc Lake Front Iota on the
everyone want Ttrrplat.
In lara Itvlnf room' apaclou Chain. Both Close in,
formal dlnlnc room 4 food ant
lud bedroom I bath mod. 26 left on the 2400 block of west eta
.rn kitchen swimming pool andcreoned
Central 4 left 26th
patio shunted on a hill on SW See
overlooking tb lake euperb view Allen Dowd at Tract office 2421

from Reduced large ptctureaau.000.00. Mown window .- West Central or Call 294.2402after I
to M by ap I .1
..
pointment. Consider trade for emailr 7:00: pm.JOHN I LIBRARY -

borne. !GTORIE4z ANIMAL \, liliI EXIT.t .

Q. WOOD
Lake WIntorset

& ASSOC. Inc. jr, : : 8 8 nil
You owe It to yourself to lee the I
quality construction, pleasing >u> Developera BeJlaferi r DU

and burban other urroundltuta outstanding) the features charm: :of 2931517 Phone :J.ISM e- I

this home I bedroom 1 bath" 0< II
Florida room fully carpeted 1121 a
excellent floor plan private
dock 100 on the lake Ownerleaving _
state Reduced to 5211,110O,
Shown by appointment SMALL RANCHI IJ KIng Fulum. Sydlcsta Tnt 1964. World riahrs re.erv.d,

I M ACRES Small I,
lilt tram house barn other buildli -
I I ,K.., f Inred. good pasture .land Salt
m"r'' land available. Priced klI.
REALTY .'; Otto> with trm Fifth Judicial Court

C Oa 111 I
'OKTMlLetter THE NBKT GUY WHO 1
Kl" WHAT IS IT COMES ALONG I'M SON MA 1J

A Grace Aikerlea, Beejtore WITH PEOPLE/ GAY, "HEY, BUPPV/ \LETS J

1121 REALTY Split In Two Parts 2 NO ONE WMT5Ui YOU AND ME STEAL ABLESS / 1 MUTT ,

CO.CLNTRAI I 1\ TO BB ./..... I JEEP ANDTOGETNERa 1i 1j IsP

I DR 1 Bath 1100 CB DOWN Near School I ;:i I \. FRIENDLYa J I i
... 1J
Chortle McComle Kef. Broker Leo.., a G.... A......... ........ WASHINGTON (UPI-Chief) trlct courts In March than a \\ !
W-lMi 5-Jun. ... Justice Earl Warren Wednesday year ago 72,000 an all.time I 5 c J PEOPLE I

announced a plan to split in two high.Warren

TRANSFERRED! the badly overworked Fifth U. prodded circuit judgesto :I I

Owner omit *ell 3-bedroom 1V4 Legal Advertising! S. Judicial Circuit, which is take positive action toward 5 0Sall J

bath central neat and air condition' composed of Georgia Florida carrying out judicial conference 000
beamed telling In living 1 !
Ing Open tor
room. paneled' entrance hall 1 and IN TUB CIBCDIT: COVET) TENTH Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana recommendations."I .
".. room. Rotlucrle range Included JUDICIAL CIRCUIT POLK Texas and the Panama have the conviction that if
111000 monthly PJU. Make offer COUNTY, VWKiDA.IN -
Canal Zone. these
judicial councila did
: exercise
on equity. WW16S 9131: BANtKBV:
tM M.. cuss ixkt. as rt X. 'at The chief justice laid the their power to improve 0THI

BEAUTIFUL SANFORD B. BROWN, ruintttt judicial conference, over which judicial administration as fully
DON'T MISS THE
FURNISHINGS BY BROWN he presides, has concluded as they are authorized to do. -- .... IB As THE I LONE RANGE KNEELS BY HIM, () PALEFACE fVS TOUCH] I
DOROTHY "with the utmost reluctance"that the need for congressional ac THE SEEMINGLY HFELESC PUEBLO SUDDENLY CTPIKE3ilii . . HAWK W"GAIN/
J
Jordan Marsh NOTICE: .or Ivf'eII4ant such a move Is necessary lion would be minimized and z
THE: STATE OF FLORIDA TO: The Fifth Circuit has had a most of our problems could be 1

In the Better Homes & GardellEDITOR'S Rrildrnr DOROTHY and BROWN Mailing, Address WhoM heavy load of school: desegregation worked out between bench and a Y

an: 408 Rosewood Delve, Newark and other civil rights cases bar and in each circuit as tilM
Del........ should be "
CHOICE The division would provide fora done. he said
You are hereby Dotlfltd that a
rule fur dlvorc ha bB filed new Eleventh Circuit composed Warren also announced a pro esi

home to . .. .. acalnit you In th. above ntltUd of Texas, Louisiana and posed establishment of a research .
CUM: and that you art lunbr the Canal Zone with and development centerIn
a panelof
required to .."* a copy of your i
anwr or othor. written def. .n... seven judges The old Fifth the correctional field to be i ,

.1LA1KJEWOOD.) ) ) \ )( upon* WALTER attorney,W who MAN* LEY...d4I.plaintiff I I.- Circuit would have eight Judges located 01 the grounds of the d / I

P.O. Box :lit Lakeland, Florida. Warren said legislation to National Institute of Mental -
on or before tee 28th day of Ma/, carry out the plan "will be submitted Health at Bethesda Md. He 'f T+ARg r :
.
A P ,
1181 and before Imnwdwatily ?
OPEN DAILY 1:00 to S:00 P.M.At ." thereafter to fits or with the to Congress In due said the center will employ onlya I Sal '
Clerk ol th. alto. styled Court course: few people but coull "meet
other times by appointment the original ol Mid answer or Mid
written d.'......, If any. The judicial. conference con the very great need for a focal
Phone 293.2517 If you tall to do ao, dorM pro slsts of the chief Judges of the point in the federal system

you conteuo for the will rlll b* demanded entered against In the present circuit plus representatives where the results of the numerous I YOU WRITTEN / I DON'r EVEN |AT THIS MOMENT RUSTY. ALSO
21TFBT Complaint from U S, district courts research projects presently ANYTHING NCEWU' ) !. J C ENTERTAINING A (CAU
t..1n'
WITNESS my hand and official Warren disclosed the plan in being conducted in the correctional YOU WOULD HAVE ENJOYED THE] IT WOULD ONLY l' .CAMtHOME'V' .. K WHAT A THRILL THIS
oral
of offlc* at Bartow Polk [
OWNER ON' County, Florida. thl* 38th day of a speech prepared for delivery field on a more or less LECTURE, PRI5CIUA1! ,BARNETT /HAVE SHOWN ME tRTON r/ \ '!, I SUPPOSE l IS, MR GOSt*' LIKI -

Custom CHAIN built: home 0V, LAKES I bedroom. I April AD, ,1M4.D before the annual meeting of blt-or-mlll basis, could be col. THE BOOK PUBLISHER, /NOW WORTHIES MY ) RUSTY STILL HAS IT'f WHEN I WED TO COLLECT STAMPS
full baths, wall to wall carpet Clark H J ..t&No R. the American Law Institute lected coordinated and made SPOKE ON "NEW VOICti HE \ OWN JCRIBSLINW / AND FOUND A ZCPPCUN __j
drape ana air I Conditioning; Call i By Lila B. Fountain The address, which he de. more useful. RtAO SOME EXCITING POETRY 1ARE, MR5 WORTH! / MR MALI IN A HOTEL
:M3-MM IMI4BEDROOMB Deputy Clerk ee SY YOUNG WRITER WHO AREHT f WAiTt SAW +
April SO. May T, 14. 11. 19M scribed as "not ,ntirel/ ,jnes- lie said a bill to provide for h
FAMOUS YETI
1-bath. Small down > sage of good 1 cheer," ranged the center will be Introduced In / r !1W.e

...pa'm.nt. aaiume mortgage, IIS IN THE CIRCUIT COPSE, TENTH; over a wide variety of problems congress I ::;r
...tb Bt, NW M3-07M 11-94 JlimiAL t'IRC'tiT PULHtOlMTY In federal court administration The law institute la a group / {:

IN (t'IIANCERY rwsinA; lie noted that despite the addition of lawyers and judges dedicatedto (

One Year Old tat N.. QUI IKkl. SI PS. 21., "1 i of many new federal the improvement of judicial it ..:..
.
EVA BKOUBK, judgeships there were 3,000 administration In the federal un ,,"-

No Qualifying -- Plaintiff more civil cases pending In dis courts ?

EDWARD BURTON GROUSE I

2 BR Lg Living Room, Built NOTICE or Hilt Defendant

in Hot Point Kitchen. Lg Utility THE: STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

Terrazzo floor., Ceiling heat. HH Udward 1, Burtoa Braun, Ammons To Plead InnocentIn -

oo Sanitary Sewer. City livingat Landwlown. Ontario Canada r1 SALLY YOU AREA Lt JJ f WHEN YOU'RE DONE I
Country Prlcei. You *r. hereby notllled that a MOST REMARKABLE [/ PATCHIN3 UP FLASH SEE
suit for Dlvorc .... bn filed LASS! YOU'! ? I IF YOU VE SOMETHING( __ THOSE
analnit you In th. abov entitled Death Of Two :' ...i. i:9fflJII \ FOR MY NERVES .J' I SlUGS. CAME
|350 Down |7J per Me. Children
Only caui.. and that you an hereby BIT
K "jllj"A I
required to "'rY. a copy of your -r f' i !J1
See Allen Dowd at tract oftice answer or other written defenses.
2424 Welt Central or Call upon Walter W Manlvy. plaintiffiattorney CROSSV1LLE Tenn (UPI) feeling that "after talking with
whoo address I I. PO
A 294 truck
pound
2942402 after ? pm. Box :IM Lakeland, Florida on or driver listed Mr. Ammons that these people
before the :Xind day ol June, A.DW4 .. among the FBI's ten moat want. have been convicted by the ::c
and before or Immediately ed criminals early this year In the of all the
JOHN Q. WOOD&A3SOC.lnc. thereafter to file I with the Clerk press eyes people r
ol the abov styled' Court the original was expected to enter a plea of through reading the press."
ol Mid aniwer or laid written Innocent today to charges of lie said the Ammons' side of 1-v
dufenee. U any. first degree murder in the alleged
Dt.n-a.....,. II you fall to do eo. decree pro -. the story had not been properly 0x
eonfeuo will b* entered against slaying of two small children presented "and will not be 8 j' '
MUll Phone Ml-MM you for the relief demanded In the .
properly presented until we go .
Complaint : :
1921 Sammie Earl John
(Big ) Am. "
WITNESS: my hand and official into court.
teal. of offlc at County mom and his 23.year-old wife Turner said he expected the .
136 lot Bartow..polk
1-bath large
BEDROOM' Florida, thl May,
L.RR. DR. kitchen. 1 porches: Lb. 1881. Barbara Sue were to be hearing to last several hours

carport Hardwood 5,00SwP5S.lM D H' SLOAN, JR.Clerk brought: before Sessions Court and added the innocent flu
anent. roof. UM... I Circuit Court Judge Paul Watson here for would require the state to pre I'U-HAVE PIZZA, I HAD TO GO TO THREE "

i-BBDROOM 1 -..TH HOMES Deputy By Dorothy' Clerk Suns preliminary hearing in the bind the Ammons over to tie ..I A MALTED MILK .1 1 _STAURANTS>> BEFORE' I I

1100 M down. GENE COOPER May SI, n. June 4, 11, 1 <4Netk deaths of Rose Marie Reed, 4, grand jury lie said he plannedto T -- )- -- ? AMP STRPANBERRY FOUNP ONE THAT PIPN T-t'
RBAJ. ESTATE Lahe AUr4. and her brother, John Anthony, crop-examine the state'a witness : NO I >MO TCAKE HAVE THE DIETSPECIAL -*
1 )f'J III
hF ? '--'. >>
nwM SPECIAL <
T. (;......* I, but declined to say If he
IN THE ItM.NTVUUMT 11:001":
Ammons' attorney Larry
IN AND rOM FUL&lOUNTY. would present any witnesses of
ILUK1UA Tuner said Wednesday he would his own.

FOR SALE IN RE:; LSTATI6 OF1NUKU require the state to present An official said "feeling hit 0 tB45T0AD ?
) J.
CARLSONDeceaxd proof of a young mother's char. been running high" In this\. .
. J.A... LAKEFRONTbe. ...... that Ammons strangled the
To All Creditor and P. lie yo gel Cumberland Mountains town
ewinrml. .1.
c/o wIth Nowt-Chlef. kid lna Claims JwtaUl: or Demands Against children with a diaper and since Ammons and his wife JI

You and each of you are b...- stuffed their bodies In an abandoned were jailed here the first of the
Box A.1416 ky nutllled to 111* In duplicate' aUclaim septic tank. week.It I
and demand which you The mother, Mrs Alma Faye
was expected that extra
have atauut the estate of ln rld
i CarUon deceased In the uflic Carter Reed Matthews claims security measures would betaken -- I
of Richard A. Bronaoa County Ammons strangled the children, for the protection of the I
Judge, at hi* office In the Court
Houa at Bartow Florida, within weighted their bodies with a Ammons and Mrs Matthews e-
sin calendar month train May Tin rock and dropped them Into an during the hearing.
It**, which I. Ihs date of th* lint abandoned septic tank near
The 29-year-old Ammons was
REALTORWEEK publication of this notice, Each
claim or demand must be In writ here originally sought by authoritiesfor Tp4t I, Trio INfIICIILWAJt8 \Tlpel MEANtVhYLd., me 1my MIryssoer1I VOU NCIPN SM9TUANP 19 TiVte'CrVPO .
log. mUll Hat the place ol residence Ammons has repeatedly de. unlawful flight to avoid JRePDRT .eClveo IN le S ARQVSRO A.KK AMO Aar xNTfROW eoTHes VOU K&AOMS/ NRCK
IIA'HII pros
: and poet offlc address of Reed VeASe'liMGTON.".. HMlII.tt t0C'0AwWARW.T1eei.W U the claimant mUll be sworn to and nied killing the children ecution for forgery, but had eves 'IQ.I BAETN T EMOtC NARNAi. AR. IDaAt.I .+
mast be tiled a* alonaald, or .Iae born to Mrs Matthews by a been wanted for questioning In ? 10 51001 THe ANTARCTIC guta 15,
aam will becomi void former marriage. He Insisted t IIOAAe !Ot&dd.WOPPY
the children's deaths since their
Iniebord C. CarUou. CONTACT
Eacutrta. they died from natural causes \bodies were discovered Sept. 2, - DR EA TWItF
Rllter A ThreadflU because Mrs Matthews, hiswife' 1963,
P. O Box au -
Winter Haven. Florida half'sister, refused medical

Attorney For Executrix treatment for the children Among the many Jack Benny
May 7. I&. SL at 1K4 a hen they" were ill jokes Is a description of him as

NOTICE or rrreiirnoN' TO Mrs Matthews, said by authorities so tight-Mated that he has van. i ,
uoveupTO MAKE ArrUCATION' rosFINAL to have traveled with cose veins In his knuckles,
l>lSt HAMUE
MORE IN '4- IN RE' ESTATE OF Ammons and his wife on a forgery I
RoMa F Carlisle Mtal spree throughout the South.
Smoker Say.:
ABETTCRHOMETHRU TO ALL WHOM IT MAY DeceaMd CON. fast. U also expected to enter O/
CERN, I plea of Innocent at the hearing RfALLYa
A REALTOR eovf
Notlr. (It hereby glees that w* 1 1
have tiled our final report a* Ancillary Turner' said earlier It was his UOA.TLw,
Administrator of the eotat :
of Rosalie r. Carlisle, dewed. Sy .,,taRltrtw taEH VERY 0000l TNINK 2 NEAR UNwArER : DOtr 'OU T1PU? We. 1dDOANYfewO I
that w* have filed our petition for [
RS4euRhl If IM # eOINOvvue RLWN Nq' 5t.Rf I'M RIONTTPe
((14-A) Lots & Acreage I apply final dlarharf to\ the Hon*. and Richard that A w*Brow will Legal Advtrttatn9 S TitsWOOOs frF TAIfINB Fi7RGET EOco 1 FINI.W R ARE MOJ SURE 5WSstJ '

I on. County Judge of Polk County. ? ". MY OATN NOW, I'll TD TTJRNwNIT JI '3S T : r1N0 TURNED F
of iTLt 2'l. THK wATTfA TIRED- R OFR ni
Florida on th* Sth day June.1M4 /
IX 00 DOWN for approval of th* same and NOTICE or m.IfTIOIf TO 6aNo 7v eEDreu D.o\ OFF- ..../-v: L:n.e-TI-' )_ \r I
SJ800: PER MONTH for final dlecharje a* Ancillary Alt. eonTKB ncn* t'a NAME a :z: -
YOUR CHOICE mlnlitrator eta, of the estate of .- that 1k.underrlgod t
hereby
Also h.,. how lr ll.r for sale Roeall F Carlisle. deceased Nolle.' U IDI..so t. ,....1ot.r with C') st tiW
ckMtp. CY -UI1. 10-JuB I This 4th day of May. 1S... the CI.rk or tM CtI'C1lIt Court of i 'o
Exchaiur National Bank ofWinter "oik County. Flortda purtUUtt ne r 1',
LAKEFRONT LOTS TRACTal Haven, a* Ancillary "...pt.. aJt6J. I.n of non4&
Follow .IIU l from Etpcrlmnil to* Admlnlitrator eta. of Ik Act or taCt l4gtelatun u .......
Ikm. Lak. Alfred, North lake Low.. rotate of Roaall F Carlisle .d by Charter M1e1 lA.. nor oil
Phone 19"141 afttt Deceased .telature. the
ry PropcrtlM. U., Acts of I.
r i 00 p.m. W... I By William R. Monlea. t.miou. ....... W.n, Natloeat
I True Officer Memorial lel"9tot PW r
Strauih eharlt a> Kalofrldt\ which busl'n.ssr
1 LAKEfRONT TRACT, aDoroaZmotely '166 Magnolia Av,. BW .t 'II1.1:. Aebseadala, .
honk N NrrCarelewaerl
.' d aert. M2MOO Winter Haven, Florida I',,Ida "
LJu Lowery Properties shone I I May T, 14. J1, II. 1H4 4
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Page Twenty-One WINTER HAVEN DAILY NE\\ , : ', R V V'' \,! ORIL1A h l.'V,1, : -64
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Trial Set ForCounterfeiter _
t asecs I

BAIT ar r

MOBILE Ala. (UPJ>.-A trial Vi.sd lawn rlcMp
date of June i hit barn( set for r .. llr* M jiI'
BARGAIN so accused counterfeiter of _. _
$10 l I I **rM Hmtnestlre
Federal Reserve notes who bat 1 .d.
Ins 11I tHoy w eb -e ,
pleaded ,
innocent to the charges 1
every iI.r- seek fftrwd
oyl B Judge Daniel H. Thomas set I.
the trial date Tuesday for Oils l N.k:: SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY 14-,
Ward SO of Pensacola, FIs .
who has denied he ph. Wdtkm, IlilsH ,
conspired =
::
MIRROLURESw. with a counterfeiting two Pensacola ring Negroes in two in ;,,,.,rhedd, JEWELRY DEPT. SPECIALS .| TM, IMTMenrfiitwy

b.u ght s cli..,... ihipmciitI stales .OItflAYAWAYS ft BUDGET ACCOUNTS- arteis.UtilMlHOXK .
t J.i.. Mirrolurti t. bring Federal attorney William
eer fnkina fritndt hii sue*.In- Kimbrouch told the court Ward, (Jewelry Dept Only)
b . ,
a.nf.tl.' rfl "i who
weighs 415 pounds was the
leader of the bogus money operation 1 I Mess & ladles''
'J which flourished' early DISCO
this year in Etcambia County, BRIDAL

These Hits Mall oywlwr. Fla.Ala. and Escambia County, WATCHES ,p
1.2S I. 1.7. Conn
tnm M
lefc SET ,..., -
et
take B>
y.ur COM '
a firrt s..., fin* 37Vtrvd rOTE p :::::'.= r'- I.It 7'JN
bails limit 1 t* a parSM. .. HOLLYWOOD (UPI The 1.11 ,.nl NZ ...._ ..r f '
National Association of Italian .,/..MmwlMB IN N. A."I.. 1.
Cinema" Journalists voted "Law NP...1ft- NNh /
While Last
They . .
rence of Arabia" the r e.C..pn
best foreign r I Mw5.0. n
film of the year. '
9:
N IPI/a
N lLfl
'M r
minimi/ / 1111I11I1111I11I11" 9 ,- 395,00 C QQ%
.. Volu. I VQ HEN'S i LADIES' SWISS WATCHES I 5

...wins.*,h,,, .w.r.NI.Nh .M oa.IN.,.. NrP1 7f
.II VMM DIAMOND SOLITAIRE .Y.d/Na was.Nh
I
L SPECIALIST STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS-Thet* are the ttudent council officers at Winter c...... II .....101,. or ..14., ht Iznm

',1 I i Haven High School for the 1964-65 school year They art, from left Nancy Hollmeyer, .-oh..._N aimas frOM "..A'..._NvPr. ,Pm.a 49 Men's Waltham
i I treasurer, Barry Bennett, vice-president: Pam Cooney, secretary: and Jerry Hill, presi

I James H. Cross I dent. Vi-CT of DIAMONDS or Helbros ,

I 239A Third St., S.W. I leas dim Be against the lulu, \ COCKTAIL RING w.......... ....,..........

I Phone CY 4.2444FRANKLIN Prize Bull Breeders aimed picador that ho via\ e V V., ...!.. SMkUII N"NWN.IYm11.Y1.11N ._. 0
IN THE '
I .. ..
L COMPLETE meet In the bullring 41 ana SrM>l 5.5 r S.fc weed AI./._"' _.1.., 1 emNa
hN.NM "
SPORTING GOODSDEPARTMENT I LIFE I Jo nowadays the stud bill!>. tan.d Hi UK 1ft ..M or .... / 4

ATy" INSURANCE CO. I Steer Tough CourseBy and cows the breeders ate tested hope rlsoroushand that a (' :'r, l MIN M..Is.Q/IOO(*M24fSO I..rwa.p, v g

weU-bulH bull from bmtested 27) j
| Life Group = \ i I n Value 7 4 sW
parents will be bUI111 39.75
VILLAGESOUTHEAST Mortgage | NEIL DOIGUL lalsiiin (lie world because the ling Unfortunately It do.n't ."--
| Health & Disability I tolled Trns Intrrnattonal thire bleeding for an animal 1 always work, that NAP

PLAZA | Hospitalization I= MADRID ,UPI' sbleeders Quality that rant be weighedor . .. .. LADIES' WALHTAM, 14

Cypress Gardens Rd. 1 Educational SiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiimiiuiiiiiiiiiimiMiiiimii, of fighting bulls have immured' THERE ARE two wale ..r
/ the toughest job of any stork They re breeding for the clue testing the young stork In 11 1 II' GRUEN, ELGIN, HELBROS
,, fclve quality of bravery" the tlenta In the open counm '
baulk of the spectacle of the 01 In a smell bullring on HR Nwldw ..Na w.hAh M .N. ., A
.tale. 1L
.n1
.IN/h m.n
buimiht ranch Ins anti NN. rw.INA mlhA,.. MNNMIM /' ';.
If a bull is brave and icspoitds In the test Ing i in thi out n Ir.Nl.6,. AN .1,1.1, 1.
*
*> ytlttfw 1 /d a e r
throughout the fight to every county l two horsemen cut tin,
Do You Want A challenge offered. it affords the animal from the held and ha/ 39.7S to 17
bullft IHfrs every facility to display It away at full gallop Om of 45.00 Hit ;
their ikill and art them Ides up clone behind tin
But if Its cowardly, lefuae fleeing bovine and, by dext i ioualy 1-
to charge 01 attacks uncertainly thrusting It in the lump EXTRA SPECALadies'
"Puppet On A String"As braking once It reaches the with a long blunt pole. tips It
fighters, even the most skilful over If the animal la a nuhh i r
and artistic "matador" will have It gets up from this Indigniu. .; CULTURED PEARL NECKLACEI 14-Dfamond
double giving the paying cue boiling mad and then the Gruen Waltham
tomers their money woi'th. lance-aimed (eater tides lit clans- t PtrfMtlV IMtofc* MWll, kllMte or
Until a bull II let into the on hia padded hoise and itn" will. _hi" ..h ...... a..bts.sd /%|| . /
... .
....... I 7 .Isal.r" h 14 IIamN4 NN ,
Your Tax Collector? ting foi his first and Iset appearance the animal chaise him fi1I'A. a SHirtnM* INN .... It a..N .hY..nL T

theres no way of In the (eatings In the small Lia Ladles Mas'sRINGS '
knowing )just how he'a going to such ilius the animal an i 1.1 i
Compare Anywhere /1 04 4
turnout into the arena one at a t MID
. The lance-aimed hoi ''m1 Up te ISO.001 *t/ ,
TilE BILLS are bled on big. watts on the other lid. lit( thilng "'
Of not! 14..4,14. d./Tad/I
course sprawling ranches similar to And if the animal i I. lit i> ..4 HIM p..1.. MEN'S AUTOWIND
beef cattle sashes In the United brave it tries to upend him blillirese, am,
States, Australia or Argentina The clotely-watrlunii buI." I se.N all ....s.dI. WALTHAM

tn fact 33,000 Polk County voters said on My 5th that they, CICInct'uttlAll how tl h.. .u I IPal I. IlK 14K .t.MI '
The calm arc taken away / I carts Ulll tI\. the pain > : II l. lit.II VclwiX88 r
wanted no part of a man CONTROLLED DOMINATED AND MANIPULATED horn their dims when they'll the mall iharp laiiritip Isu- or GRUEN .
I year old and branded earma bucks away as soon .- n ,
by the present administration who would serve his master like a ked and numbered with hot pitched he jots it down" f o 11 i h' i T. 3489Crmp .rnNwmMMua ...
lions on their sides At the aarne If It pushes aagely swains 1 1 II"1
"PUPPET ON A STRING"IBy time the bull yearlings are tep- padded horse and retum MI.UIIud I meta._,.. .NNMIM, -- ,
e
w. NrNeba
.s m
sated' from the heifersA ) agHln (to take the bin "I i Y
the pic it will! tnii. i
and half io
yeai 01 a year I teaplvm.d.eaale. 62.201. )96671.5011st
their vote these Polk Countains said they wanted a man likeJ. Inlet the young. lean spike- bieedlntr held .
hoi nrd cows face the essential pls.. wbb ml.npb.sa .
B. THORNHILL JR., AS THEIR TAX COLLECTOR because they I test that will decide whether UI.IU /.H T.41.AS / tspaa
BUCK HILL FALLH Pa
they will become the motheti ofbuve A a d b.triesN Men's 30-J. AUTOWIND HELBROS
KNOW J. B. THORNHILL JR. CAN NOT BE CONTROLLED OR bulls 01 baby beef i UPI Seventy-two ('hili'. I h. sIn w.l, >N.N. M k fM > '
I* countries are ft1IUI'c i in .1 i MM* miiH MYI wwtohMMH 'a
This test Is called the tlenta NM. KIM I trtM r7I
*
DOMINATED BY THE PRESENT ADMINISTRATION OR ANYONE and was formerly used by discussions which. could i rail (tn d I M
church acrordlnx( an =-
ELSE AND FORCED TO DEPOSIT COUNTY TAR FUNDS IN A BANK of bull both bleeders bulls and to test cow.the Basically btsveiy. official of mailers the Wnild Coun '(II of ,'91 h..w CwNI
Churches Value
I It constott of having the kid s OwI
WHICH THE PRESENT TAX COLLECTOR HEADS!
The Rev Patrick C Rml" r I e /N.dlwnll..rl.r/
flithtlng animal face up to I
of Oeneva, Bwttaerland exer i itlte TRANSISTOR TAPE RECORDER
horseman armed with a shaip- ; "
secretary of the Dep rtment ,
pointed lance and xaugtng the
.
,
of Faith and Ordet 'I t till 1 t Lrl.ry.d ,
They KNOW that J. B. THORNHILL JR., is pledged to FAIR- I bovine bisvery on how it tracts Council said the miiotiitn' "it I LADIES' COSTUME JEWELRY prlra..m + '
to the punishment
NESS AND EQUALITY for all and WILL DISTRIBUTE COUNTY DE. I Involve 23 proposed unl<"i I' In .MIN N raw, ''
Bull no longer are tested this N ,
i addition he said aoruiv.i I audit >" MMI.N NI ,,..1,. 88
POSITS FAIRLY TO ALL BANKS IN THE COUNTY . way on most b lie\e ranches that becaunebieednv ntiv" just started looklnv..If/I-/i ,,,s.. ..loss.r..w.4. a., I 4 ,
wsrd to the poiMbllltv of l I its',1\ vs (1aeshldwa I
lam* ihi in pu a hull 6s8TRANSISTOR
\union I n v "I I I. HII' ,!H P.' I 44I :
tats i u.!, im, ti.t t vtul' meal ul' , ,
I Hil'l'/ I v Oil i ItI' i " ' "
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They J KNOW{ that J. B. THORNHILL JR., is @ESj QUALIFIED 111 eNAImse RADIO

to serve as your TAX COLLECTOR and is running on his record as a e4 11 e s
. 11 luued.( ,
COUNTY COMMISSIONER for 12 YEARS. . I 1 1 ......
lets. .t /oh1 r iCRIPTO xfULIGHTER .

1..., a.de..deel. 248
..'sMsgNs S

They WILL NOT BE FOOLED! by a VICIOUS AND UNFOUNDED H'i LADIES'aww_

SMUT AND SMEAR _CAMPAIGN made in DESPERATION IN THE '
a :
r PENDANTS N
CLOSING HOURS of this campaign! . it IS A MATTER OF RECORD Ce mpre Aaywkert U, te I.001

that these same vicious charges were PROVEN AS FALSE by a Polk For Her 99< Zee WINDPROOF =?H,

County GRAND JURY! 6y / : 1 IGHTER fff 56 ift


-o- e For Him: I8.8 188T HEAFfER SKIPWRITER PEN
let's finish the job started in the first primary . to all those C'
p... k..M.v, '
halpaa ps
who may have voted for another candidate on May 5th won't you |e..plet.Chisel sad MMftiMW ltaWi. .hi.i.p'/-.4 Nyh Ihmaltd. tad _-..... ie..M. (ItaH II. 77c I
.-..... rases f. HIM.WHILE .
now please join with J. B. THORNHILL JR., on May 26th and THROW

Off -THE SHACKLES -OF POLITICAL DOMINATION IN THE -TAX a ELECTRIC SHAVER SPECIALS

COLLECTOR'S OFFICE! THEY LAST-

ADIES Miaiia 77.1

POLK COUNTY CAN ACCOMPLISH THIS COAL: ON MAY Ulh!

9 TRANSISTOR
Morrisons "m.nu"r..lly wakes FREE PLATE ADIES' SUNBEAM 7V

'ttohwn appetites It's an inesntsbleCHIIQS
TM*. N* M

Vote For And Elect salads display of Hearty good meals thtnfs TantafciHig to tat Colorful sea, till.Iww. s w ,,v? AM-FM RADIO ADIES' REMINGTON 131EN'S ;


foods Tempting vegetables Bright Whit ..'\., C rryU' Case,
desstrtt If the sM. of rt doesn't maki SPECIALSTEAK NORELCO 18fEN'S
J. B. THORNHILL JR. NIGHTS btterlq eraE.rph.... . :
you hungry the captivating food Sat ASM. Nan. J]

fragrances walk App," (' tppiil n just .. gs. SWIM 11.11

one of the hippy differences at ,ra. wMorrison. .. It! ( REMINGTON-25 18;

TAX COLLECTOR '.. I' C tare._a Compare

".war/H I l.. AN!tfBf r- This Price 199 tEN'S i MAONAPOWII" 17VI



Jot"a..bl.; t'f' ,Uontmk \ McI IBI I I J, !I ;'Ji"" \ M All WH CHASSIS ILl SNIT IISTIO IA1TI All Ll.I ri1I:

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I PROFESSIONAL STYLE


RAYETTEHAIR rCKERD 8

DRYER : r Drugstores

M.w I.yMS rafMlMMl t vl Mr trftt "1wltb
m.ldd N1-sl M !e. p.m N
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39.95 Ut 25 993DORMEYER. SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY

sues:
"Pink WI>'Upx i uMlurvM NEW TRIMLINE"
HAIR fMt MWM< > >-
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lull*MMk nwr taKM 1344 20" PORTABLE FAN
.... . You'll Love to Shop
DRYER ; .,. g.
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whll. ? ? Lull Nw chI,Mt s coUr
f.rtafcU wtndcw fa.
HAIRDRYER .= .':. Eckerd Drug Store ELECTRIC PATIO LIGHTA M .
1 666 Your CHic up HI'""'
/ Debutante b t t KffUlt**> .?s-. mutt fw Mitiiiwrcmilftftfcl ,.rtlft 3 ........ ,
th.y llltl n>w.4 .Dwt. ...4_ 99RUSTIC
HAIR .. p.,1. IliM with l -fr.xtmtlm ..Yf-4111tf 3 39.93 2088
LANDERS Le=aM LN.' =,:,, 377 SoutheastShopping : < ..r -c.n,.r. .* $,.,S. o List
DRYER -=":.:-: w .

... ;;.I. thty Lull! SUPERLECTRICOSCILLATING
HAIR LI.IoIw::: =: Center
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TROPICAIRE :lSMl"ll"lfcll.lf| .M- 49.9
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WASTEBASKETS ,.... .,.fl Letrl.l I.r.. 12"
M'w". : 860 Cypress Gardens Rd., ; \ _lIIetI.. fs.-.w.mI ...... ri'W
(Mini Ililn* 9' : : fir .legs ram..
iLadyCarlaLJAID ,:::wM-w.'lM 1111.
eILM. rJr in Winter Haven ; WHILI THEY LAST 19.95 1488 ,
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ps..tIPI.s LI"I" -
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I HAIR '-LNr Yes tk M M tfctt* Ilnt.g.sikyl"
id Lad Regal I o99 ....,....11... p.lyethyIeM plait wehbmb.tt.u.nsd _
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TOILET TISSUE :: :;sif 114P wrt.d ......

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COOL-RAY POLAROID .,. ... 49c . . 39 79c . . 57'REG.
SHOE Fwll..I .1. h.n.
& FOSTER GRANTSUNGLASSES '. I astic I BOX Ite.,:,":._ u..'..':"u 3 for 991( RIO. LOa

( 67c . . 49' 9S< . .

. Pbctir CLOTHES rys; ;MnhI;: REO. REO.
23 49 sse
,I" ' 69c . .
1.29
[p I i REG. 72' PINS :,.,:=Us GE PORTABLE MIXER

98c . .11.111 MOTH .." 1.Ih. bs. ., REG.FOLDING I4? 0111',_'" 50' rt of.-111 99
PARA ,.,.4Ic.I.M.. .. 88, 1.98 1-..In.M_..... _W Haws.1-. fj .
REG. 11.11.74c REG. 924 KILLER Klll.r-1 1.1. slag ....., .
1.00 2.98 I
II II. /.111

REG. 149 REG. 2" SUN-fRESH SIP3 1 'r *
1.98. .11.111 3.98. . . . :;:: : :

REG. 187 REG.

2.49 II . .111 4.98 ... II 36 M ennen PUSHBUTTON DEODORANT R.g IlIm'lt 117k) 44(



25% OFF FBRAND MEN'S PIPES Palmolive, SHAVE Re,. 79c 494BOMB PASTEL COLiORED I I
(IIImlt II ROCKINGHAMCtnmle
KAYWOODIE PIPES

m 1.91 AEO. ... ........... 417 Lri Ilo. ........ ......6': MENNEN SKIN '
(nm tT1)) 484EXCEDRIN ttiptti
BRACER ) in fluttd d.nini
ri: A16. with,
.IIG..,. ..............512 10.00............. 74' trim.T.ur.Idtaond ch.ict
N livtrtl colon.

1.10.Io .............561 IIG.10.1 ............. 821 li M"'::; : 93 LAUNDRY CART 1

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